server for storing public and private keys
is a daemon that is used for storing the
private encryption keys of each
user logged into the system.
keys are used for accessing
secure network services such as
keyserv takes the following options:
Disables the use of default keys
Used for debugging
root's key is not read from
prompts the user for the password to decrypt
root's key stored in the
and then stores the decrypted key in
for future use.
This option is useful if the
file ever gets out of date or corrupted.
Normally, root's key is read from the file
when the daemon is started.
This is useful during power-fail reboots
when no one is around to type a password.
To start keyserv manually,
you must be root with the appropriate
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UnixWare 7 Release 7.1.4 - 25 April 2004