Re: gpg help

From: Neil W Rickert (rickert+nn_at_cs.niu.edu)
Date: 07/06/05

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    dorantes@mac.com writes:

    >thanks...is there a way to decrypt a file thru a script (passing in the
    >passphrase), so there is no user invertvention required?

            man gpg

     (pay particular attention to "--passphrase-fd")

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