How to start gnupg?
stefan.claas at posteo.de
Sun Dec 2 13:37:36 CET 2018
On Sat, 1 Dec 2018 22:33:35 +0000, John Broyles wrote:
> I just installed gnupg software from source. There were no
> complaints that I could see. In fact when I typed sudo apt install
> gnupg, the response was that the current version was the latest. So,
> I assume that that means that the program is installed. However, how
> do I start and use the program? I have a large file that was
> encrypted with PGP and I want to decrypt it. Am I missing something
> simple? I am using Ubuntu 16.04 operating system. I can not find
> this program in the installed program list.
try the command "which gpg" or "locate gpg". This tells you where
it is installed.
In order to use GnuPG simply run "gpg --help". If you need more
infos check the man pages or the net for tutorials.
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