>>> / From the man page:
>> "...Note that this passphrase is only used if the option --batch has also been given."
> Thanks - that does work. I was thinking "too hard" and thought it was
> with the gpg-agent.
I'm certainly no gpg expert but I had a similar issue that was *finally*
solved by using --batch.
I also meant to mention from what I can tell in CentOS6 gpg is really
gpg2. Notice that "/usr/bin/gpg" is really "/usr/bin/gpg -> gpg2". I
mention this because in various places as I searched I noticed phrases
like "This is different from gpg". What? Now I understand, I'm now using
gpg2 and never knew it...
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