change the location ~/.gnupg
linux at codehelp.co.uk
Wed Feb 11 12:07:47 CET 2004
On Wed, Feb 11, 2004 at 11:31:36AM +0000, Stewart V. Wright wrote:
> G'day Patrick,
> * Patrick Tchoquessi <Patrick.Tchoquessi at iem.fh-friedberg.de> [040211 11:22]:
> > Hi,
> > I'd like to change the location where the keyring and other file like
> > gpg.conf etc. are store
> > to another location.
> > Can Somebody tell me what I Have to do
> RTFM !!!
> --homedir directory
> Set the name of the home directory to directory If this
> option is not used it defaults to "~/.gnupg". It does not
> make sense to use this in a options file. This also overrides
> the environment variable "GNUPGHOME".
Remember that the amended homedir would have to be specified for all gpg
usage, including scripts, email clients and the like. If this is a
desktop / user system, that could be a real pain. homedir is more useful
for remote automated environments where the only execution of gpg is by
customised scripts etc.
What are you wanting to accomplish?
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