questions: no input file, and pascal programming
subs at christiantena.net
Sun May 3 11:22:49 CEST 2009
So far I have figured out that on windows if I enter the command
gpg -eat -r [recipient key]
I get a prompt on the console
If I then type a message, followed by <enter> control-Z <enter>
then gpg will encrypt the message and dump the pgp text to the screen,
or to a file if I used the -o [filename] option.
However on linux control-Z just terminates the program (no pgp text)
Does anyone know the official, correct console way to get pgp to
terminate and output the encrypted text from console?
I'm amazed that it just doesn't seem to be documented anywhere.
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