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.\"	@(#)keyinfo.1	1.1 (Bellcore) 7/20/93
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.TH KEYINFO 1 "20 July 1993"
.AT 3
.SH NAME
keyinfo \-  display current S/Key sequence number and seed
.SH SYNOPSIS
.B keyinfo [username]
.SH DESCRIPTION
.I keyinfo
takes an optional user name and displays the user\'s current sequence
number and seed found in the S/Key database /etc/skeykeys.
.sp 1
The command can be useful when generating a list of passwords for use
on a field trip, by combining with the command
.I key
in the form:
.sp
    >key \-n  <number of passwords to print> `keyinfo`|lpr
.SH EXAMPLE
.sh
Usage example:
.sp 0
    >keyinfo
.sp 0
    0098 ws91340
.LP
.SH ARGUMENTS
.TP
.B username
The S/key user to display the information for.  The default is 
to display S/Key information on the user who invokes the command.
.SH SEE ALSO
.BR keyinit(1),
.BR key(1)
.SH AUTHOR
Command by Phil Karn, Neil M. Haller, John S. Walden