jpboard2 at yahoo.com
Sun Aug 29 22:40:13 CEST 2010
This problem exists with gpg and with the older pgp 2.x. I'd like to solve it by redirecting STDIN because pgp 2.x doesn't implement the options that you specify.
--- On Sun, 8/29/10, Laurent Jumet <laurent.jumet at skynet.be> wrote:
> From: Laurent Jumet <laurent.jumet at skynet.be>
> Subject: Re: Redirecting STDIN
> To: "James Board" <gnupg-users at gnupg.org>
> Date: Sunday, August 29, 2010, 5:43 AM
> Hello James !
> James Board <jpboard2 at yahoo.com>
> > I'm trying to encode a file in a shell script on a
> linux machine. The
> > script is getting stuck on an interactive question for
> which the answer is
> > always 'y' (yes). I tried redirecting stdin from
> a file, and with 'echo "y"
> > | ....", but that doesn't work for some reason (it
> works with other programs
> > that take interactive input from the user). I
> also tried the --yes option,
> > but this doesn't work either.
> > How can I redirect STDIN to pgp so that questions are
> always answered 'y'
> > and my script won't have to wait on user inputs?
> "--yes" means "Assume yes on most questions"
> "--batch" means "Never ask, do not allow
> interactive functions"
> "--no-tty" means "No warnings to terminal
> because GPG sometimes prints warnings even if --batch is
> Using one, two or 3 of these options should
> solve the problem.
> Laurent Jumet
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