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       lsh-decrypt-key - Decrypts the given key and outputs it in unecrypted form.


       lsh-decrypt-key [OPTION...]


       CAUTION!  The  information  in  this  manpage  may be invalid or outdated. For authorative
       information on lsh, please see it's Texinfo manual (see the SEE ALSO section).

       The given key (supplied on stdin or in the file given  with  the  --in  option)  and  it's
       passphrase  is  read.  The key is decrypted and written to stdout (or the file supplied by
       the --out option).

       This program is usually invoked by the lsh-upgrade-key script.


              Program to use for reading passwords. Should be an absolute filename.

       --in=encrypted key filename
              (defaults to stdin)

       --out=decrypted key filename
              (defaults to stdout)

              Print huge amounts of debug information

       --log-file=File name
              Append messages to this file.

       -q, --quiet
              Suppress all warnings and diagnostic messages

              Detailed trace

       -v, --verbose
              Verbose diagnostic messages

       -?, --help
              Give this help list

              Give a short usage message

       -V, --version
              Print program version


       See the --verbose , --trace and --debug options.


       Report bugs to <>.


       The lsh suite of programs is distributed under the GNU General  Public  License;  see  the
       COPYING and AUTHORS files in the source distribution for details.


       The lsh program suite is written mainly by Niels Möller <>.

       This  man-page was written for lsh 2.0 by Pontus Freyhult <>, it is based
       on a template written by J.H.M. Dassen (Ray) <>.


       DSA(5), lsh(1),  lsh-authorize(1),  lsh-decode-key(1),  lsh-export-key(1),  lsh-keygen(1),
       lsh-make-seed(1),  lsh-upgrade(1), lsh-upgrade-key(1), lsh-writekey(1), lshd(8), secsh(5),
       SHA(5), SPKI(5), ssh-conv(1)

       The full documentation for lsh is maintained as a Texinfo manual.  If  the  info  and  lsh
       programs are properly installed at your site, the command

              info lsh

       should give you access to the complete manual.