Am I attempting the impossible?
ad707 at ncf.ca
Sun Sep 30 20:00:11 CEST 2012
I have a number of files that I would like to protect that I (tend to)
open simultaneously and I would like to do that (and protect them again)
with a single command line instruction like:
gpg -c filename1.ods, filename2.odb, file/...
and thereby only enter 1 passphrase for all of them.
I couldn't find any information but have been playing around with
commas, semi-colons and the like ... and I have come up empty.
I would think it surprising that gpg doesn't support what I am trying to
do but, in the lack of any information, who knows.
Can anyone help?
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