passphrase-fd $msg & $pass from command line?
Tue Mar 4 04:57:02 2003
Now I feel stupid. The moment I give up, I find my answer. Seems to
always work this way. Thanks to Paul Evad (May 2000) from the archives,
slightly altered. I must've typo'd the first time I tried this because now
it's working. :)
$command="echo '$passphrase\n$msg' | gpg --clearsign --passphrase-fd 0"
>Date: Mon, 03 Mar 2003 19:39:06 -0800
>From: Hack Hawk <email@example.com>
>Subject: passphrase-fd $msg & $pass from command line?
>Please forgive me for discussing a topic already discussed in the
>archives, but I can't seem to find the "very specific" answer I'm looking for.
>I'm writing a PHP script to --clearsign a message.
>1) I've found out how to clearsign text passed on the command line.
> $msg = "my message";
> $cmd = "echo '$msg' | gpg --clearsign --passphrase-fd 2 2<pass.txt";
>2) I've found out how to clearsign a file, with the password sent on the
>command line. Not sure if the syntax is exactly correct cause I already
>overwrote this one.
> $cmd = "echo PASS | gpg --clearsign --passphrase-fd 0 msg.txt";
>But what I'm failing to find is a way to pass BOTH the message AND the
>password on the command line without using any files at all. Is this even
>possible, or am I just dreaming?