Use -o instead of stdout redirect with paperkey

Using -o makes sure that the file is created with 0600 permissions
instead of whatever the default umask setting is.

Signed-off-by: Konstantin Ryabitsev <>
Konstantin Ryabitsev 5 years ago
parent 31afef433d
commit 6ff6fdad73

@ -390,7 +390,7 @@ all Linux distros, as well as installable via `brew install paperkey` on Macs.
Run the following command, replacing `[fpr]` with the full fingerprint of your
$ gpg --export-secret-key [fpr] | paperkey > /tmp/key-backup.txt
$ gpg --export-secret-key [fpr] | paperkey -o /tmp/key-backup.txt
The output will be in a format that is easy to OCR or input by hand, should
you ever need to recover it. Print out that file, then take a pen and write