Manage SSH and signing keys
pijul key [subcommand] subcommands: gen help upload
When called with
gen it will generate both SSH and signing keys. When called with
upload <address>, will upload the signing public key to a key server.
Generate and upload a signing key to to the nest user
pijul key gen --signing-id firstname.lastname@example.org pijul key upload email@example.com
-h, --help Prints help information
Save the keys to the local repository instead of your home directory. This might be useful for managing several identities, but having several key pairs scattered around your folders is usually not a good idea.
Make sure to know what you are doing when using this option.
--signing-id <email address>
Generate a signing key for the given email address. Omitting this argument generates an SSH key instead of a signing key.
Prints version information
Don't run this command in the current directory, run it in <repository> instead. This can be used to save local keys.
The port of the remote SSH server when using --upload-to. If not specified, this defaults to 22 (the standard SSH port).
Pull the key from <repository> instead of the current(CWD) one.
me is your login name to the nest.