GPG without any local files?

carl w spitzer
Sun Jul 28 01:05:08 2002

This RamDisk is part of Windows since DOS but what of Linux anyone
outthere use such things in SUSE?
My interest is as much general email security no saving to disk without
encryption etc.

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On Tue, 23 Jul 2002 22:27:09 +0200 (CEST)
(Janusz A. Urbanowicz) writes:
>> Is it possible to run gpg for verifying a signature, but without a 
>> homedir, options file, pubring.pgp, etc? Ideally I was thinking 
>> having gpg get the key from a server (it's trust will of course be 
>> and use that for verifying a detached sig. Currently I can do that 
>> creating a temporary homedir in /tmp with an empty options file (and 
>> pubring is created there), but I would prefer if gpg would do 
>> in memory.
>Use RAMdisk.
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