recording and retrieving "secrets" into gpg files

Arbiel (gmx) arbiel.perlacremaz at
Sun Oct 2 00:10:59 CEST 2016

Hi Stephan

The "Bash scripting" material, which I began reading, gave me some
valuable informations and I will go on reading it.

On the other hand, I did not understand the aim of the material
concerning bash for gpg, as it deals with issues which I am quite
unaware of. Maybe, when I get more confident in gpg concepts, will I
understand its purpose.

In fact, I wish to record "secrets" in gnome-keyrings, as seahorse does,
and I am looking for tutorials which explain how to do so with bash
scripts, which are the only "programs" I am able to write.



Le 30/09/2016 à 17:30, Stephan Beck a écrit :
> Hi Arbiel,
> Arbiel (gmx):
>> Hi
>> Thank you Andrew.
>> In the material I've been ready lately, all examples are written in a
>> programming language and I only have abilities in bash scripting.
>> Can somebody, please, direct me toward a url where they provide bash
>> scripting examples.
> [...]
> Bash scripting in general?
> related to gpg? For instance,
> Cheers,
> Stephan
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