windows command line unresponsive
Fri Jul 25 05:37:01 2003
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Lee Hinkleman wrote:
| After unzipping gnupg-w32cli-1_2_2.zip, making directory c:\gpg and
| copying into that directory gpg.exe, gpgv.exe, and gpgkeys_ldap.exe, and
| importing the registry key, gpg_w32.reg, into the windows registry,
| running c:\gpg\gpg.exe produced an MS-DOS window with:
| "gpg: keyring `C:/gpg\secring.gpg' created
| gpg: keyring `C:/gpg\pubring.gpg' created
| gpg: Go ahead and type your message ..."
| but commands like 'gpg --gen-key' are ignored when 'enter' is
| pressed...and Ctl+D, Ctl+Z, Ctl+other keys tried were ignored.
| When I tried re-starting in MS-DOS mode, the command line did respond
| with 'This program cannot be run in MS-DOS mode'.
| gpg works from the linux command line, but please tell me how I can run
| it in windows, too.
~From your Windows desktop hit "Start" then "Execute" (or maybe it's
"Run", I'm not working in English here) then depending on your version
of Windows type "cmd" or "command" and you'll get a command-line shell
to work in.
~ Denis McCauley
~ GPG/PGP keys at http://www.djmccauley.tk
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