Using GNUPG as a standalone client

Jerome Baum jerome at
Tue Mar 22 16:13:17 CET 2011

gayamantra <gayamantra at> writes:

> Is it possible to use GNUPG as a standalone client without having to install
> in on our servers?

Do you mean  you don't want to  modify system files? I see  no reason it
shouldn't be possible (how do  you think the developers try patches?) --
but you'll have to hunt down the dependencies yourself.

Download         the        gnupg        source         code        from
<>  and try it.  There should
be a README or INSTALL file to get you started.

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