On Wednesday 12 February 2003 12:48, Alan Stern wrote:
> On Tue, 11 Feb 2003, Denis Vlasenko wrote:
> > Anyway, I was complaining because I dont need to store key
> > _anywhere_, I just generate it and want to feed it to local daemon
> > via stdin and to remote daemon thru ssh via stdin also.
> > Cute eh? ;)
> > Unfortunately ciped insists on key being stored in a file.
> > Well, complaining wont do much, I need to cook up a patch. Wow.
> On any recent Unix-type system, you can use the filename /dev/fd/0 as an
> alias for stdin. So go ahead and feed the key to the daemon via stdin and
> use this filename in the options file. No patch required.
Tried that. ciped checks permissions on /dev/fd/0 and thinks they are not
restrictive enough ;)