How to use terminal to change mac-cache-ttl
americabrazil1234 at hotmail.com
Thu Oct 6 01:55:16 CEST 2011
I am using GnuPG with Mac OSX I need to reset password caching to a lower
setting than the default. I was told that caching in gpg-agent is
responsible for this and that I need to configure its cache entry
TTL values. I was told to look for cache settings in gpg-agent.conf (to be
created in your
I have a very limited knowledge of using terminal in Mac. Can someone tell
me what commands I would need to enter to do this.
I believe I need to set --max-cache-ttl n (with n being seconds). The
problem is I have no idea how to go about changing this in terminal. Sorry
for being so ignorant on this.
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