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Just in case anyone is interested I found an answer. After muddling thru all the modules, and seeing how it was done, I decided to get the latest version of gpg ( 1.4.1) and look thru the docs for a new option called --command-fd which is a file descriptor which gpg will use to accept commands in a --no-tty mode. It works. :-)
#!/usr/bin/perl use warnings; use strict; use IPC::Open3; local $SIG{CHLD} = 'IGNORE'; local $SIG{PIPE} = 'IGNORE'; my $childpid = open3(\*IN, \*OUT, \*ERR, 'gpg -v --no-greeting --no-tty --command-fd 0 --status-fd 1 --e +dit zentara'); print IN "trust\n5\ny\n"; close IN; my(@answer,@err); @answer = <OUT>; print "out->@answer\n"; @err = <ERR>; print "err->@err\n";

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In reply to Re: Running gpg thru IPC, fileno problem by zentara
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