Command Line Use of GPG
laurent.jumet at skynet.be
Fri Feb 20 15:59:50 CET 2009
Hello Kara !
Kara <karadenizi at earthlink.net> wrote:
> *Using*: Using Windows XP with SP3, Thunderbird 22.214.171.124,
> GPG 1.49, and Enigmail 0.95.7. No problems.
> *Question*: How -- independent of Enigmail or any other GUI -- can I
> use GPG via the command line procedure (e.g., to sign
> someone's key with a "trust" signature)?
> For some reason the following approach won't let me access GPG:
> 1. "Start | Run" gpg --edit-key deadbeef.
> 2. C:\Documents and Settings\Kara> gpg --edit-key deadbeef
> 3. C:\> gpg --edit-key deadbeef
> In each of the above attempts, the resulting error message is:
> 'gpg' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable
> program or batch file."
Seems that the \GnuPG directory is not in the path.
Add it, or use a batch to first jump to it.
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