Provided by: gpa_0.10.0-3_amd64
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 (GnuPG). 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. --no-remote Do not connect to a running instance but start a new one. This can also be used to not start an UI server. --debug-edit-fsm Debug the Finite State Machine (FSM). --disable-ticker Disable ticker used for card operations. --disable-x509 Disable support for X.509. --enable-logging 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. --help-gtk Print options related to GTK. See also gtk-options(7). -?, --help, --help-all Print usage information and exit.
~/.gnupg/gpa.conf Standard user configuration file read by gpa on startup. ~/.gnupg/S.uiserver Socket listening for commands to the UI server.
Please report bugs to http://bugs.gnupg.org/.
gpa was mainly written by Bernhard Herzog, Marcus Brinkmann, Miguel Coca, and Werner Koch. See the help menu and http://gitstats.gnupg.org/gpa/authors.html for a detailed list. This manual page was written by Arthur de Jong <email@example.com> and Daniel Leidert <firstname.lastname@example.org> for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).