Thu, 9 Nov 2000 20:55:53 -0800 (PST)
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Has anyone figured out how to use --command-fd? The docs say look in the
DETAILS file about it, but I can't find any listing of the actual commands
that can be used, nor did a quick grep of the source locate anything.
I'm trying to implement a Thawte-like PGP signing system. For those that
don't know about that (now defunct) system, it would sign a key if the
user could prove they had control of the email address, and the email
address was included in the UserID. Obviously this is by no means
bulletproof, but it seems like an interesting project.
The problem right now is how to programatically sign a key. Does anyone
know how that works?
- -Jason Martin
Petroleum and coffee had no value a few centuries ago.
Key @ finger: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fingerprint:3B07 518C D76E 572F 7DAA 88A5 9763 835A EA95 4813
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