gpg-zip : passphrase as parameter for scripts
arno.steffen at googlemail.com
Mon Apr 4 12:02:08 CEST 2011
I am using in a script, with more than one of this kind of lines:
/usr/local/bin/gpg-zip -o /opt/u1.tar.gpg -s /opt/1*
/usr/local/bin/gpg-zip -o /opt/u2.tar.gpg -s /opt/2*
I have to answer every line with question for passphrase. This sucks.
I have seen there is a parameter --gpg-args where I can pass args to gpg.
But I don't get this working with some kind of
echo 'passphrase' | gpg-zip --gpg-args --passphrase-fd -o ... - s
Anybody an idea how this is working?
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