change the location ~/.gnupg
Stewart V. Wright
svwright+lists at amtp.liv.ac.uk
Wed Feb 11 12:29:20 CET 2004
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* Patrick Tchoquessi <Patrick.Tchoquessi at iem.fh-friedberg.de> [040211 12:20]:
> 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".
> so that means I have to do it when compiling?
> Is it possible to change it when Gnupg already installed on system?
Aside: I'm slowly drifting from the 'F' standing for Fine, to
The --whatever options are command line options. I guess you are
using MS for running your gpg, so I'm not 100% sure how to set up your
gpg to always use the --homedir flag. In Un*x I would use an alias
Please try to find the gpg manual on your system and have a read for
the other exciting configuration options. :-)
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