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1.\" opiesu.c: Manual page for the opiesu(1) program.
2.\"
3.\" %%% portions-copyright-cmetz-96
4.\" Portions of this software are Copyright 1996-1999 by Craig Metz, All Rights
5.\" Reserved. The Inner Net License Version 2 applies to these portions of
6.\" the software.
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10.\" Portions of this software are Copyright 1995 by Randall Atkinson and Dan
11.\" McDonald, All Rights Reserved. All Rights under this copyright are assigned
12.\" to the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL). The NRL Copyright Notice and
13.\" License Agreement applies to this software.
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15.\" History:
16.\"
17.\" Modified by cmetz for OPIE 2.3. Removed statement that opiesu will
18.\" only accept OTP responses.
19.\" Modified by cmetz for OPIE 2.2. Removed MJR DES documentation.
20.\" Modified at NRL for OPIE 2.0.
21.\" Documentation for the "-f" option from BSD.
22.\" Written at Bellcore for the S/Key Version 1 software distribution
23.\" (keysu.1).
24.\"
25.ll 6i
26.pl 10.5i
27.lt 6.0i
28.TH OPIESU 1 "January 10, 1995"
29.AT 3
30.SH NAME
31opiesu \- Replacement su(1) program that uses OPIE challenges
32.SH SYNOPSIS
33.B opiesu
34[ \-f ] [ \-c ] [
35.I user_name
36]
37.SH DESCRIPTION
38.I opiesu
39is a replacement for the su(1) program that issues OPIE challenges and
40uses OPIE responses. It is downward compatible with keysu(1) from the
41Bellcore S/Key Version 1 distribution and the su(1) program from the 4.3BSD
42Net/2 distribution.
43.SH OPTIONS
44.TP
45.B \-f
46If the invoked shell is csh(1), this option prevents it from
47reading the ``.cshrc'' file. (The [f] option may be passed as a
48shell argument after the login name, so this option is redundant
49and obsolescent.)
50.TP
51.B \-c
52Set console mode where the user is expected to have secure access to the
53system. In console mode, you will be asked to input your password directly
54instead of having to use an OPIE calculator. If you do not have secure access
55to the system (i.e., you are not on the system's console), you are
56volunteering your password to attackers by using this mode.
57.TP
58.I user_name
59The name of the user to become.
60The default is root.
61.SH EXAMPLE
62.sp 0
63wintermute$ opiesu kebe
64.sp 0
65otp-md5 498 wi910502
66.sp 0
67(OTP response required)
68.sp 0
69kebe's password: (echo on)
70.sp 0
71kebe's password: RARE GLEN HUGH BOYD NECK MOLL
72.sp 0
73wintermute#
74.LP
75.SH FILES
76.TP
77/etc/opiekeys database of information for OPIE system.
78.LP
79.SH SEE ALSO
80.BR su (1),
81.BR opie (4),
82.BR opiekey (1),
83.BR opieinfo (1),
84.BR opiesu (1),
85.BR opielogin (1),
86.BR opieftpd (8),
87.BR opiekeys (5),
88.BR opieaccess (5)
89
90.SH AUTHOR
91Bellcore's S/Key was written by Phil Karn, Neil M. Haller, and John S. Walden
92of Bellcore. OPIE was created at NRL by Randall Atkinson, Dan McDonald, and
93Craig Metz.
94
95S/Key is a trademark of Bell Communications Research (Bellcore).
96
97.SH CONTACT
98OPIE is discussed on the Bellcore "S/Key Users" mailing list. To join,
99send an email request to:
100.sp
101skey-users-request@thumper.bellcore.com