GNUPG, how to set the passphrase as parameter in comment line
Joseph Oreste Bruni
jbruni at mac.com
Wed Mar 14 18:16:50 CET 2007
You have a few choices:
1) remove the passphrase from the private key
2) pass the passphrase to gpg using the --passphase-fd option
3) supply the passphrase using the --pasephrase-file option
4) supply the passphrase using the --passphrase option
On Mar 14, 2007, at 1:04 AM, aloha wrote:
> Hi all,
> I m new in this forum and new in GnuPG. I m now writing a program
> which need
> to encrypt the outputted csv with GnuPG.
> I've wrote a batch file in windows xp to execute the gnu to encrypt,
> everything goes fine.
> But when the gnu start to encrypt, it will as me to input the
> How to "automate" this? Does gnupg provide a parameter which allow
> use to
> input the passphrase that user doesn't need to input everytime?
> thanks a lot
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