GnuPG Large File Issues - Windows
jeffreyt at OWWCO.com
Sat Sep 3 16:02:31 CEST 2005
From: Werner Koch [mailto:wk at gnupg.org] Sat 9/3/2005 2:56 AM
>What will always work is to use
> gpg --encrypt-files -r "System Administrator" -z 0 < FILENAME > >FILENAME.GPG
>Note the '<' and '>'. Using redirection gpg won't know anything about
>the file seize and simply encrypt everything coming in on the stdin to
>stdout. Decryption work similar.
First apologies for whatever mangling Outlook Web Access does to this email.
I tried the command line above on a smaller file (which has been encrypting and decrypting with no issues) and received the following error:
gpg: input line 1 too long or missing LF
Am I typing something wrong? Here is what I typed:
gpg --encrypt-files -r "System Administrator" -z 0 < sql-db.bak > sql-db.gpg
The files I am trying to encrypt/decrypt are Microsoft SQL Backup flat files (DB dumps).
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