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tl;dr: set the --textmode option. From RFC 4880, 5.2.4. Computing Signatures: 5.2.4. Computing Signatures All signatures are formed by producing a hash over the signature data, and then using the resulting hash in the signature algorithm. For binary document signatures (type 0x00), the document data is hashed directly. For text ...
It's a little bit heavy but you can use this in your .bash_profile: PROMPT_COMMAND='PROMPT_COMMAND='\''PS1="\n\u$ "'\' PROMPT_COMMAND is evaluated before every prompt. On the first line it resets itself to set the PS1 prompt for the next time (and continually thereafter). The '\'' bit is to include a ' inside a single-quoted string.
One approach using printf : $ printf '%s\n' * $'\n' or better (for every commands) : $ PROMPT_COMMAND="echo" $ ls
"What is the Caret-At (^@)?" It is a null character (control-@, or ASCII 0) which emacs displays as ^@. "Why is it only showing up on the first line?" Because cryptest outputs them at this point. Source 14.19 How Text Is Displayed Most characters are printing characters: when they appear in a buffer, they are displayed literally on the screen. ...
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