wk at gnupg.org
Mon Sep 22 12:34:48 CEST 2014
On Sun, 21 Sep 2014 03:47, mac3iii at gmail.com said:
> for me I cannot then get it to perform its duty. I execute the
> suggested command
> typed exactly as written above, and then nothing happens. gpg2
> continues to execute as the previously installed version. Any ideas?
Weel the above is not a command but the way to set variables in the
shell. Programs won't pick these variabales up unless you do either
or for setting it for the entire session you need to mark the variable:
after that all programs can access this variable. Now to run the actual
binary you have to type the name of the program:
assuming you are in the top build directory or you add it to your PATH
(An "export" command for PATH has already been done by tye shell)
> admit, I am relatively new to Linux but can somebody give me a hint as
> to what is meant by ../? A simple command to create the required
The parent directory. I suggest that you read up a bit on Unix shell
use because all build instructions are written under the assumption that
is is known.
Yes, I know that this is the gnupg-isers mailing liste and we should not
assume that all subscribers are Unix gurus. However, in the past that
seems to have been the case.
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