curvecpprintkey man page

CurveCP — Message-handling programs

Synopsis

curvecpmakekey [keydir]  

Description

This manual page documents briefly the   CurveCP commands.

A traditional UNIX-style server such as ftpd handles just   one network connection, reading input from stdin and writing output  to stdout. A "superserver" such as inetd or tcpserver listens for   network connections and starts a separate server process for   each connection.

curvecpprintkey prints ascii version of binary  keys needed for curvecpclient  and curvecpserver and created using   curvecpmakekey command before.

Options

How to use curvecpprintkey:

keydir        

a directory where CurveCP binary keys were created.

See Also

curvecpserver (1), curvecpclient (1), curvecpmakekey (1), inetd (8), tcpserver (1).

Author

This manual page was written by Sergiusz Pawlowicz debian@pawlowicz.name for  the Debian system (and may be used by others). The source  of this page is a webpage http://curvecp.org/ .  Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this  document under public domain.

This manual page was rewritten for the Debian distribution  because the original program does not have a manual page.

Referenced By

curvecpmakekey(1).