Provided by: ltsp-server_5.5.7-1_all
ltsp-update-sshkeys - update LTSP chroots to trust the server ssh keys
ltsp-update-sshkeys [OPTION] [host...]
If any hosts are specified, their SSH keys are exported in a file, by default /etc/ltsp/ssh_known_hosts.auto. Otherwise, all LTSP chroots are updated to trust the SSH keys of this server along with any additional keys in /etc/ltsp/ssh_known_hosts.* files.
-b, --base[=PATH] The LTSP base directory Defaults to /opt/ltsp if unspecified. -e, --export[=FILE] File name to export the hosts SSH keys to (- for stdout). Defaults to /etc/ltsp/ssh_known_hosts.auto if unspecified. -h, --help Displays the ltsp-update-sshkeys help message. -p, --port[=PORT] SSH port for remote servers. -u, --update Update the chroot SSH keys even if hosts are specified. --version Output version information and exit.
Part of the ltsp package and the latest versions are available in source form from https://launchpad.net/products/ltsp.
/etc/ltsp/<tool>.conf: Upon execution the tool will read a configuration file to override built-in defaults. Values are NAME="VALUE" pairs, with # representing commented lines. most commandline options have an equivalent. an example Debian based system with an alternate base location, architecture, and distribution: # set alternate default location for ltsp chroot (--base) BASE="/srv/ltsp" # build an amd64 chroot by default (--arch) ARCH="amd64" # build a Debian sid environment (--dist) DIST="sid" /etc/ltsp/ltsp-server.conf: Each LTSP server tool will read a generic configuration file. This file is typically used for setting BASE, TFTP_DIRS and TFTP_BOOT_DIR. These settings are overwritten by those set in specific tool configs.
Autogenerated from the script source code with help2man. Distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 or any later version.
Report bugs to https://bugs.launchpad.net/ltsp.
ltsp-build-client(8), ltsp-update-kernels(8), ssh-keyscan(1), sshd(8)