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       srp-gen - generate a password verifier for the SRP protocol.


       srp-gen [options]


       This  manual page documents briefly the srp-gen command.  This manual page was written for
       the Debian GNU/Linux distribution because the original program  does  not  have  a  manual
       page.  Instead, it has documentation in the GNU Info format; see below.

       srp-gen  is  a  program  that generates a password verifier for the Secure Remote Password
       protocol. The password verifier should be stored  as  ~/.lsh/srp-verifier  on  the  target
       (remote) machine on which you want to authenticate using SRP.

       For more information about SRP, see the "srp" node of the "Getting started" section of the
       Lsh manual available via the info system.


       This program follows the usual GNU command line syntax, with long  options  starting  with
       two  dashes  (`-').   A summary of options is included below.  For a complete description,
       see the Info files.

       -l, --user=username
              User name.

       -o, --output-file=filename
              The file to output to. Default is to output to stdout.

       -p, --password=password
              The password to use.

              Print lots of debug information.

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

              Detailed trace.

       -v, --verbose
              Print verbose diagnostic messages.

       -f, --output-format=format
              The S-expression output format.  Valid  sexp  formats  are:  transport,  canonical,
              advanced and international.

       -?, --help
              Show summary of options.

              Show a short usage message.

       -V, --version
              Show version of program.


       lsh(1), lshd(1), sexp-conv(1).
       The  lsh programs (including this one) are documented fully by Lsh, available via the Info


       This manual page was  written  by  Timshel  Knoll  <>,  for  the  Debian
       GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).