Erroneous char at the end of a file...
oryann9 at yahoo.com
Thu Mar 22 15:00:18 CET 2007
--- Eric Robinson <ewrobinson at fedex.com> wrote:
> Thanks for the response... My hands are a little
> tied, GPG is 'embedded'
> in our application and can't change any values or
> parms at all.
> GPG v1.2.4
> Encrypt string:
> --passphrase-fd 0 --no-tty --batch --sign --encrypt
> --compress-algo 1
> --cipher-algo cast5
> I do not know what the customers decrypt string is.
> Not familiar with --textmode I'll look it up on
> the site.
> Yes, --armour is a parm that I can toggle back and
> Not familiar with --no-mangle-dos-filenames
> What version of GPG are you using?
> What is your encrypt and decrypt strings?
> Are you aware of --textmode if platforms differ?
> And --armour and --no-mangle-dos-filenames?
> --- Eric Robinson <ewrobinson at fedex.com> wrote:
> > Hello Group,
> > I have a customer that is getting erroneous
> characters in the data at
> > the end of a file (looks like ASCII ?) when they
> decrypt. This does
> > not happen for every file.
> > This customer is decrypting our GPG encrypted file
> with Authora's Edge
> > 2.5.1
> > We have looked at the data before the GPG
> encryption and It is clean
> > and
> > free of characters
> > Has anyone seen this type of issue with Authora's
> Edge software? I
> > would appreciate any help at all.
> > Thanks,
> > Eric
Sorry for top posting....
ok yes please look at the man page for those
parameters. If you cannot change these parameters,
then please work with the app vendor who developed
this app, but if its not causing any detremental data
issues then you could parse these erroneous out using
Perl or Shell???
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