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       gpa - graphical frontend for the GNU Privacy Guard


       gpa [OPTION(S)] [FILE(S)]


       The  GNU  Privacy  Assistant (GPA) is a graphical user interface for the GNU Privacy Guard

       gpa can be used to encrypt, decrypt, and sign files, to verify signatures  and  to  manage
       the private and public keys.


       -c, --clipboard
              Open the clipboard.  This is the default action if no arguments are given and a key
              has already been created.

       -C, --card
              Start with the card-manager open.

       -d, --daemon
              Only start the UI server and no user interface.

              Do not connect to a running instance but start a new one.  This can also be used to
              not start an UI server.

              Debug the Finite State Machine (FSM).

              Disable ticker used for card operations.

              Disable support for X.509.

              Enable logging on Win32 systems.

       -f, --files
              Start  with  the  file-manager open. This is the default if one or more FILE(S) are
              added to the command arguments.

       -k, --keyring
              Start with the keyring editor. This is the default for a new installation.

       -o, --options=FILE
              Read options from the specified file instead of ~/.gnupg/gpa.conf.

       -s, --settings
              Open the settings dialog.

       -v, --version
              Print version information and exit.

              Print options related to GTK. See also gtk-options(7).

       -?, --help, --help-all
              Print usage information and exit.


              Standard user configuration file read by gpa on startup.

              Socket listening for commands to the UI server.


       Please report bugs to


       gpa was mainly written by Bernhard Herzog, Marcus Brinkmann, Miguel Coca, and Werner Koch.
       See the help menu and for a detailed list.

       This  manual  page  was  written by Arthur de Jong <> and Daniel Leidert
       <> for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).


       gpg(1), gpg2(1), gpgconf(1), gpgsm(1), gtk-options(7)