Shell script question for GnuPG on FreeBSD
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Sat Jan 22 07:18:49 CET 2005
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Right you are about the man page. I piped the whole man page into an .asc
file, and searched through it with Xemacs. I have got it working with
multifile as long as I drop the -s.
El Vie 21 Ene 2005 09:33 PM, Atom Smasher escribió:
> On Fri, 21 Jan 2005, Eric Buchanan wrote:
> > I'm trying to migrate a shell script to use gnupg instead of PGP 5.0i on
> > FreeBSD. I can't seem to convert this line:
> > pgpe -r root -sta (long list of files to encrypt with one command.)
> > Is there any easy way to do this with gnupg? My efforts to change it
> > reading the man page aren't working.
> This modifies certain other commands to accept multiple files for
> processing on the command line or read from stdin with each
> filename on a separate line. This allows for many files to be
> processed at once. --multifile may currently be used along with
> --verify, --encrypt, and --decrypt. Note that `--multifile
> --verify' may not be used with detached signatures.
> hehe... the man page is a bit of a bear... you have to know what your
> looking for.
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