why is an existing file not overwritten by output-file?
Wed Jun 5 18:33:02 2002
(rm output.gpg; mysqldump database | gpg -o output.gpg -e
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Subject: Re: why is an existing file not overwritten by output-file?
Is there another possibility instead of:
rm output.gpg | mysqldump database | gpg -o
output.gpg -e --default-recipient andreas
But that doesn=B4t work, the file is removed, but nothing else happens. =
what happens, if 'output.gpg' does not exist?
Overwriting would be the best idea, but how?
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