AW: WINDOWS - Adding passphrase to gpg via command line
m.kaufmann at infotech.li
Wed Jun 15 14:06:30 CEST 2016
Thank you very mutch, that did the trick for the Windows command line!
The commands are now executed successfully. But unfortenately when I try to sign the file the pinentry dialog still appears :(
I've also tried to put all the commands in one single command combined with the &-operator. Also this command runs successfully, but the pinenetry dialog is shown always.
gpgconf --kill gpg-agent & gpg-connect-agent "preset_passphrase C9FE2B0938FC146E088A9D563AED4892A6ACB6FB -1 74657374" /bye & gpg --homedir c:\ESA\EIOPA\PreProd\DCCR --output "C:\ESA\EIOPA\Export\LI001_DATPPP_EIOPA_000001_16.asc" --armor -u vve at fma-li.li --digest-algo SHA512 --sign "c:\ESA\EIOPA\LI001_DATPPP_EIOPA_000001_16.csv"
In the attachement you can see the executed commands (Passphrase 74657374 is the hex equivalent of "test" and is replaced, when I run the command).
Any further ideas? I am despairing slowly but surely...
Von: Peter Lebbing [mailto:peter at digitalbrains.com]
Gesendet: Mittwoch, 15. Juni 2016 13:17
An: Mike Kaufmann <m.kaufmann at infotech.li>
Cc: gnupg-users at gnupg.org
Betreff: Re: WINDOWS - Adding passphrase to gpg via command line
On 15/06/16 08:33, Mike Kaufmann wrote:
> See also the attached screenshot. Do you habe any other ideas?
You're missing some necessary quoting. Right now, you're sending four separate commands instead of a single command with three options!
gpg-connect-agent 'preset_passphrase 74EC3FAA93CD49446EC6825C3EBEB2C336CCBE2A -1 4D7950617373706872617365' /bye
should do the trick. Or if the Windows command line doesn't like quoting with apostrophes, you could do
gpg-connect-agent "preset_passphrase 74EC3FAA93CD49446EC6825C3EBEB2C336CCBE2A -1 4D7950617373706872617365" /bye
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