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Old 07-01-2009, 09:09 AM   #1
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GPG with out passphrase option for decryption


Is there any way to over ride gpg passphrase option like the below code..

gpg -o <out file name> -d <file name to be decrypted>
Because in some scripts in my work environment ppl have just given this command...
I am not sure how it works... i normally use the below code

/bin/echo "$PASSWORD" | gpg --yes --passphrase-fd 0 -o <out file> -d <decrypt file>
can some one help me to attain the gpg possiblity for not mentioning the passphrase..

Thanks in advance...
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