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sshoutcfg(8)		    System Manager's Manual		  sshoutcfg(8)

NAME
       sshoutcfg  - Configuring	Secure Shout Host Oriented Unified Talk	server
       side

SYNOPSIS
       sshoutcfg adduser [-a <public-key>] [-f]	<user-name>
       sshoutcfg removeuser [-f] <user-name>
       sshoutcfg listuser [-h {md5|sha256}]
       sshoutcfg getmotd
       sshoutcfg setmotd [-m <message> | -d]

DESCRIPTION
       The sshoutcfg tool is used for SSHOUT server side configuring.

       This tool changes user  information  by	altering  .ssh/authorized_keys
       file in sshout user's home.

       This tool must be run under sshout user account or root (UID=0).

   Subcommands:
       adduser [-a <public-key>] [-f] <user-name>

	   Add an new user with	his/her	public key to SSHOUT user list,	or add
	   another key for an existing user. The key string is the SSH2	public
	   key,	 which	is  in	form  '<key-type>  <base64-encoded-key>	[<com-
	   ment>]', or omit _key-type_ and _comment_,  just  '<base64-encoded-
	   key>'; see sshd(8) for more details on SSH2 public key format.

	   Options:

	   -a <key>
		  Specify the public key for user; if this option is not spec-
		  ified, public	key string will	be read	from stdin.

	   -f	  Force	add key; add new key for existing user without ask.

       sshoutcfg removeuser [-f] <user-name>

	   Remove user _user-name_ and his/her all  public  keys  from	SSHOUT
	   user	 list. If an user have multiple	public keys registered in user
	   list, and you want remove some of the user's	keys, instead  of  all
	   keys;  don't	 use this command, edit	the user list file .ssh/autho-
	   rized_keys manually instead.

	   Options:

	   -f	  Force	remove user without ask.

       listuser	[-h {md5|sha256}]

	   List	registered user	names and publib keys. Doing this action  also
	   verifys  the	 format	 of the	authorized_keys	file. Key fingerprints
	   will	be printed instead of original public keys, if option '-h'  is
	   used;  the  available  hash algorithms used to hash public keys are
	   md5 and sha256.

       getmotd

	   Print current MOTD to stdout.

       setmotd [-m <message> | -d]

	   Set a new MOTD, or delete the existing MOTD if option '-d' is spec-
	   ified.

	   Options:

	   -m <message>
		  Set  MOTD  to	 _message_;  if	 this option is	not specified,
		  stdin	will be	read to	get the	message.

	   -d	  Delete existing MOTD if any. This option cannot be used  to-
		  gether with '-m'.

SEE ALSO
       sshd(8),	ssh-keygen(1)

FILES
       (sshout home)/.ssh/authorized_keys
       (sshout home)/motd

BUGS
       I  don't	think there are	any known bugs in this tool; if	you found one,
       please report at	https://sourceforge.net/p/sshout/tickets/.

								  sshoutcfg(8)

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