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comment Linux counter-theft encryption : PGP or DM-Crypt?
You could use both. A usb-drive containing your gpg-encrypted LUKS key. It's a bit of work though. There are guides on how to do it.
Apr
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answered Is there a way to edit a password-protected file without having to retype the password all the time?
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revised Not possible to use batch mode?! FreeBSD gpg 1.4.19
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answered Not possible to use batch mode?! FreeBSD gpg 1.4.19
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revised File encryption utility without key integrity check (symmetric key)
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Feb
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comment File encryption utility without key integrity check (symmetric key)
Uhm, no. Just say no.
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answered File encryption utility without key integrity check (symmetric key)
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answered File encryption utility without key integrity check (symmetric key)
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answered Can Microsoft fonts be bought and included in the Linux core?
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Jan
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comment Trouble w/ bash programmable completion of filenames matching patterns
"you can add the ?i flag to make the search case-insensitive." --> Thanks for pointing me to that. I use a lot of regular expressions in other work I do and I'd never seen that before; however, it doesn't work for bash file globbing. Thanks for the link to the other answer... We'll see if I can get some inspiration from that.
Jan
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asked Trouble w/ bash programmable completion of filenames matching patterns
Jan
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comment gpg asks for password even with --passphrase
Sorry then @Nima. I don't know what to tell you. With GnuPG v1.4 you shouldn't need to do anything else to pass the passphrase in with either of those options.
Jan
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answered gpg asks for password even with --passphrase