Subject: Re: key program missing from s/key?
To: None <>
From: Ty Sarna <>
List: current-users
Date: 07/16/1994 01:56:23
In article <> "Martin Husemann"
<> writes:
> I tried to generate a s/key sequence with more than the default
> 99 entries. If I read the man right, I should use "skeyinit -s",
> but then I need a "key" program, which is missing.
> What am I doing wrong?

The original S/Key distribution was terribly schitzophrenic over what
the correct names for programs were. Some places suggested they start
with "key" (key, keyinit, keyinfo, ...), some place suggested they
started with "skey". We went with the latter scheme, and I tried to hunt
down all the incorrect references and fix them. If something is still
referring you to key instead of skey, it needs to be fixed.

Ty Sarna	     		"If at first you don't succeed...    		 ...don't try skydiving!!!