Monthly Archives: August 2012

PHP Code Repositories, from PHP for the Web, by Larry Ullman

These are stuck in an appendix (B), but could be good resource for learning about coding by reading other coders’ code: HotScripts/PHP PHP Resource Index PHP Classes Repository PX: The PHP Code Exchange Just putting them here because I was … Continue reading

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Using GPG on Windows

Using GPG on Windows is possible at the command line, or with a GUI front end. Here are guides: GPG4Win is a free software suite and includes an implementation of Gnu Privacy Guard for Windows. Using GPG on Windows at … Continue reading

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GPG on Mac OSX

GPG on Mac OS X can be done either at the command line, or with a GUI front-end. In either case, software must be installed as Gnu Privacy Guard is not part of the OS X installation (it is included … Continue reading

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Using GPG

There are many GPG resources, but here are the ones that I’ve found most helpful for doing the basics: The GNU Privacy Handbook is an official document of the GPG project and provides comprehensive description of GPG commands as well … Continue reading

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