GnuPG (win32) on a USB stick

vedaal at vedaal at
Tue Mar 4 01:20:31 CET 2008

nunzky (funkdude at
wrote on Tue Mar 4 00:02:02 CET 2008 :

>However, for convenience, 
>I'd like to maybe use a batch file to set it and
>open a command prompt. 
>This would require me to be able to set it to a
relative path 
>(ie, not have to specify a drive letter, as it will change).
>Is this possible?


[1] make a directory called GNUPG on your usb,
and copy all the gnupg files into it

[2] make the following batch file:

set GNUPGHOME=gnupg

[3] save this .bat file in the GNUPG directory in your usb

double-clicking on the .bat file
gets you to a command prompt within gnupg,
ready for all gpg commands


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