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NAME    [Toc]    [Back]

     string2key - map a password into a key

SYNOPSIS    [Toc]    [Back]

     string2key [-5 | --version5] [-4 | --version4] [-a |  --afs]
[-c cell |
                --cell=cell]  [-w password | --password=password]
[-p principal
                |    --principal=principal]    [-k    string    |

DESCRIPTION    [Toc]    [Back]

     string2key  performs  the  string-to-key  function.  This is
useful when you
     want to handle the raw key instead of  the  password.   Supported options:

     -5, --version5
             Output Kerberos v5 string-to-key

     -4, --version4
             Output Kerberos v4 string-to-key

     -a, --afs
             Output AFS string-to-key

     -c cell, --cell=cell
             AFS cell to use

     -w password, --password=password
             Password to use

     -p principal, --principal=principal
             Kerberos v5 principal to use

     -k string, --keytype=string

             print version


 HEIMDAL                                March       4,       2000
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