Provided by: onak_0.5.0-1_amd64 bug


       onak - an OpenPGP compatible keyserver


       onak [ options ] command [ parameters ]


       Perform various keyserver actions.

       -b     Treat keys on stdin as binary rather than ASCII armoured.

       -c FILE
              Use FILE as the config file instead of the default.

       -f     Display fingerprints when listing keys.

       -u     Update keys - output changes on stdout.

       -v     Verbose; increase loglevel.

       add    Read OpenPGP keys from stdin and add them to the keyserver database.

       clean  Read  OpenPGP  keys from stdin, run the key cleaning routines against them and dump
              to stdout.

              Dump the running config in new  .ini  format  to  stdout,  or  the  provided  file.
              Intended  to help with migration from old style configuration files - onak can read
              and parse the old style file and this command will output the equivalent new  style

       delete Delete a given key from the keyserver.

       dump   Dump all the keys from the keyserver.

       get    Retrieves the requested key from the keyserver.

              Retrieves the first photoid on the requested key and dumps to stdout.

       index  Search for a key and list it.

       vindex Search for a key and list it and its signatures.


       onak index noodles
              List all keys in the keyserver that contain the word noodles.

       onak clean < dirty.key > clean.key
              Clean up one or more PGP keys. Currently this will just dedupe UIDs.

       gpg --export | onak -b add
              Export all keys on your gnupg keyring and import them into the keyserver.


       /etc/onak.ini              default configuration file


       This man page could probably do with some more details.


       onak   was   written   by  Jonathan  McDowell  <>.  It  can  be  found  at