Duplicity will not produce .tar.bz2.gpg extensions, it will produce
...tar.gz or ...tar.gpg extensions.|
What is the full command line you are using? Do you know what version
of duplicity you have?
Madhusudan Singh wrote:
The google search did reveal that I should be getting
.tar.bz2.gpg extensions. So, I do not know if my mac's version of
duplicity is broken somehow (unlikely, since it passes on this task to
gpg) or its a gpg problem.
From a pure size expectation perspective, it does not look like
that the files generated at bzipped (from what I know of the chuck
size, and the actual files that went into the chunk). How can I check
(remove the gpg extension first, somehow) ?
On Thu, Aug 26, 2010 at 5:02 PM, Scott
are man page arguments for gpg.
But arguments to gpg will not change or set the filenames generated by
On Aug 26, 2010, at 17:25, Madhusudan Singh wrote:
That is what I have found on googling. Are these options valid options
for gpg ?
On Thu, Aug 26, 2010 at 2:00 PM, Olivier Berger <address@hidden> wrote:
Le mercredi 18 août 2010 à 09:57 -0500, Madhusudan Singh a écrit :
> I am trying to use duplicity (latest version and dependencies from
> MacPorts) to create .tar.bz2.gpg (compressed and encrypted)
> a remote Linux server.
> I am using --gpg-options='--compress-algo=bzip2
> --bzip2-compress-level=9' as the command line option as suggested
> various discussions accessible via Google.
Uh... are you sure this relates to gpg-options ? ... doesn't have
anything to do with GPG operations, I would say...
Duplicity-talk mailing list