passphrase on command prompt

Anurag Sethi
Thu Jan 31 19:39:02 2002

Ref: Mail by Mr. Stapel on Sun, 10 Dec 2000 01:52:52
+0100 on gnupg users list


In the mail mentioned above, Mr. Stapel said:
gpg --decrypt filename.gpg --passphrase-fd 0
1>filename.txt < filename.key

where we can use filename.key as a file for getting
the passphrase. Now, my problem is instead of
specifying a file for the passphrase, I want to give
the passphrase on the command line above so that it
doesn't ask for the passphrase. Is it possible? If
yes, how?


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