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KEYLOGIN(1)							   KEYLOGIN(1)

NAME
       keylogin - decrypt and store secret key

SYNOPSIS
       keylogin

DESCRIPTION
       keylogin	 prompts  the  user  for  their login password, and uses it do
       decrypt the user's secret key stored in the publickey(5) database. Once
       decrypted,  the	user's	key  is stored by the local key server process
       keyserv(8C) to be used by any secure network services, such as NFS.

       Normally, login(1) does this work when the user logs onto  the  system,
       but  running keylogin may be necessary if the user did not type a pass‐
       word to login(1).

SEE ALSO
       chkey(1), login(1), publickey(5), keyserv(8C), newkey(8)

			       9 September 1987			   KEYLOGIN(1)
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