Need a command to suppress

Chris Babcock cbabcock at
Sat Feb 7 15:46:41 CET 2009

On Sat, 07 Feb 2009 13:21:23 +0100
Ingo Klöcker <kloecker at> wrote:

> > > Is there are command to supress these 2 lines.
> > > gpg: Signature made using DSA key ID
> > > gpg: Good signature  
> It would help if you'd tell us why you want to suppress those 2 lines.
> > Add "'" | grep -v "Signature made" | grep -v "Good signature" "'" to
> > the end of the command. Using "grep -v" inverts the match so only
> > lines that do *not* contain the matching text are passed to stdout.
> >
> > Of course that's no help for Windows, but...  
> It's also no help on other OS because those grep's would also
> eliminate the two above lines.

I think you missed the meaning of suppress and/or invert. Might be a
language issue. 

Don't trust me. Test it on some text with a known good signature and
fix the targets if you get any unwanted matches.

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