Provided by: openswan_2.4.4-3ubuntu1_i386 bug


       fswcert - manipulate raw RSA keys and PKIX certificates


       fswcert [--certificate] [--key] [--left>] [--raw] [--right]
       [--type=input] [--format=stuff] [--quiet] [--directory=<dir>]

       fswcert --help


       fswcert is a program to convert X.509/PKIX format certificates and
       private key files to Openswan ipsec.secrets files and DNS records.  It
       can also read Openswan ipsec.secrets files and (interactively) produce
       certificate requests and self-signed certificates.


       input is the file to read for POD source (the POD can be embedded in
       code).  If input isn’t given, it defaults to STDIN.  output, if given,
       is the file to which to write the formatted output.  If output isn’t
       given, the formatted output is written to STDOUT.  Several POD files
       can be processed in the same pod2man invocation (saving module load and
       compile times) by providing multiple pairs of input and output files on
       the command line.

       --section, --release, --center, --date, and --official can be used to
       set the headers and footers to use; if not given, Pod::Man will assume
       various defaults.  See below or Pod::Man for details.

       pod2man assumes that your *roff formatters have a fixed-width font
       named CW.  If yours is called something else (like CR), use --fixed to
       specify it.  This generally only matters for troff output for printing.
       Similarly, you can set the fonts used for bold, italic, and bold italic
       fixed-width output.

       Besides the obvious pod conversions, Pod::Man, and therefore pod2man
       also takes care of formatting func(), func(n), and simple variable
       references like $foo or @bar so you don’t have to use code escapes for
       them; complex expressions like $fred{’stuff’} will still need to be
       escaped, though.  It also translates dashes that aren’t used as hyphens
       into en dashes, makes long dashes--like this--into proper em dashes,
       fixes "paired quotes," and takes care of several other troff-specific
       tweaks.  See Pod::Man for complete information.


       -c string, --center=string
           Sets the centered page header to string.  The default is "User
           Contributed Perl Documentation", but also see --official below.

       -d string, --date=string
           Set the left-hand footer string to this value.  By default, the
           modification date of the input file will be used, or the current
           date if input comes from STDIN.

           The fixed-width font to use for vertabim text and code.  Defaults
           to CW.  Some systems may want CR instead.  Only matters for
           troff(1) output.

           Bold version of the fixed-width font.  Defaults to CB.  Only
           matters for troff(1) output.

           Italic version of the fixed-width font (actually, something of a
           misnomer, since most fixed-width fonts only have an oblique
           version, not an italic version).  Defaults to CI.  Only matters for
           troff(1) output.

           Bold italic (probably actually oblique) version of the fixed-width
           font.  Pod::Man doesn’t assume you have this, and defaults to CB.
           Some systems (such as Solaris) have this font available as CX.
           Only matters for troff(1) output.

       -h, --help
           Print out usage information.

       -l, --lax
           Don’t complain when required sections are missing.  Not currently
           used, as POD checking functionality is not yet implemented in

       -o, --official
           Set the default header to indicate that this page is part of the
           standard Perl release, if --center is not also given.