GnuPG v220.127.116.1105 with StarksoftCryptographyOpenPGP
Robert J. Hansen
rjh at sixdemonbag.org
Tue Dec 17 16:31:16 CET 2019
On 2019-12-17 10:10, Rick Rustad wrote:
> So very glad you responded.
We try to be helpful. We sometimes fail, but we try. :)
> I see a bigger issue looming. If this customization I'm working on
> will be used by many people and thus the encryption and signature
> processing will be utilized by the same many people, is there a way to
> override or tell the command line argument to GnuPG to not be user
Yep. Use both "--no-default-keyring" and "--keyring". For instance:
$ gpg --no-default-keyring --keyring \path\to\pubring.kbx --list-keys
However, as of GnuPG 2.2 you can no longer specify private keys this
way. There used to be an option, "--secret-keyring", which was used
just like "--keyring", but it's obsolete and now does nothing.
> In one of my tests I replaced "--recipient" with "--default-recipient"
> but it had no affect, same error message.
Yeah, that's expected and doesn't shed much light on the matter.
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