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Re: [Duplicity-talk] how to tell duplicity to NOT sign (want to encrypt
Re: [Duplicity-talk] how to tell duplicity to NOT sign (want to encrypt to public key only)
Thu, 29 May 2008 19:23:01 +0200
On Thursday 29 May 2008 19:20:12 Andrew Kohlsmith (lists) wrote:
> I've been playing with this a little, and have given up on "just public
> key" encryption since I need the passphrase to do the incremental part.
If you use
When backing up or restoring, specify the local archive
directory. This option is not necessary, but if hash data is found
locally in path it will be used in preference to the remote hash
data. Use of this option does not imply that the archive
data is no longer stored in the backup destination, nor
that the local archive directory need be kept safe. The local
archive directory is a performance optimization only, and may
safely be discarded at any time.
This is neatly solved and allows for unattended public key backups. It's
potentially a lot faster to boot because you do not need to download the
signatures at the beginning.
Description: This is a digitally signed message part.