Tue May 28 19:15:01 2002
Timo Schulz wrote:
> On Fri May 24 2002; 16:41, Rasoul Hajikhani wrote:
> > gpg --homedir /usr/lsd/apache-ssl/htdocs/secureDB/PGP/.gnupg
> > --command-fd 0 --edit-key 1193 passwd
> You should add "--status-fd". Then you can see what input GPG
Here is my new command:
gpg --homedir /usr/lsd/apache-ssl/htdocs/secureDB/PGP/.gnupg --status-fd
1 --command-fd 0 --no-default-keyring --secret-keyring
--edit-key 1193 passwd
I am don't want to type the old passphrase, and the new passphrase, but
rather have the programe write it to standard in. The programe still
hangs. Am I missing an option in my commande somewhere...? I have even
changed --command-fd to --passphrase-fd to no avail. Any ideas...?
Thanks in advance.
> > After the last line, the program hangs. I could not find any info on
> > --status-fd in the docs/DETAILS file. Can someone shed some light on
> > this for me...
> No information in doc/DETAILS:
> Format of the "--status-fd" output
> Every line is prefixed with "[GNUPG:] ", followed by a keyword with
> the type of the status line and a some arguments depending on the
> type (maybe none); an application should always be prepared to see
> more arguments in future versions.