Re: Passphrase in the command line
Lobach Pavel <email@example.com>
Fri Mar 15 15:02:01 2002
Friday, March 15, 2002, 4:42:11 PM, you wrote:
E> Hello Lobach,
E> On Fri, 15 Mar 2002, at 16:01:43 [GMT +0300] you wrote in the message:
>> I have a question about the GPG's command line:
>> How can I specify the passhprase in the command line?
>> in the PGP 6.5.8 command-line there is option
>> -z PASSPHRASE
E> see gpg.man
E> --passphrase-fd n
E> Read the passphrase from file descriptor n. If
E> you use 0 for n, the passphrase will be read
E> from stdin. This can only be used if only
E> one passphrase is supplied. Don't use this
E> option if you can avoid it.
E> --yes Assume "yes" on most questions.
E> --no Assume "no" on most questions.
E> There may be more useful options, just check gpg.man.
I know about --passphrase-fd n,
but it is not usable under Win9x :(
Also I know about a secret key without the password (--edit passwd)
I read man and forum :)
!!!!!!!!!!!!! I need ability to specify password in the command line !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Lobach Pavel mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org ICQ#112708657