I have a file that is compressed. I used a program to find out what kind of file it is and it says that it's a gpg file. How do you uncompress a gpg file?
GPG is a free implementation of the OpenPGP standard: http://www.gnupg.org
It is used to encrypt and sign files not to compress them.
You do not state which system you are using but Google will help to find a free GPG implementation for your platform.
If you are using Linux you can for example:
but you will need the proper key.
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The decrypted file may then itself be compressed/archived in some other format,
gpg, by default, compresses all encrypted data with zlib – to be more specific: zlib level 6 – which is similar to gzip. i recommend trying gunzip or gpg with the right key to decompress the file. please let me know weather this works or not. thanks
for hass.txt.gz, or hass.txt.Z use it like this: