bad passphrase error passing it into GPG on Windows 98 using stdin
Leigh S. Jones, KR6X
Wed Jun 26 23:54:02 2002
Ahh, yes; I confused the b < a with a | b there. Oops.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Josh Huber" <email@example.com>
Sent: Wednesday, June 26, 2002 14:27
Subject: Re: bad passphrase error passing it into GPG on Windows 98 using
> (hopefully this won't show up twice -- I accidentally sent the
> previous one from the wrong address and it's being held for moderator
> "Leigh S. Jones, KR6X" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > --passphrase-fd 0
> > tells gpg that the actual passphrase will be passed into the gpg
> > program through a pipe to port zero; here "passwordfile.txt" would
> > have to be the actual passphrase rather than the name of the file
> > containing the passphrase.
> Um, no.
> Read up on the "<" operator. Here's the information from the bash man
> Redirecting Input
> Redirection of input causes the file whose name results from
> the expansion of word to be opened for reading on file
> descriptor n, or the standard input (file descriptor 0) if n is
> not specified.
> The general format for redirecting input is:
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