|GPG-KEY2PS(1)||User Contributed Perl Documentation||GPG-KEY2PS(1)|
NAME¶gpg-key2ps - generates a PS file from a GnuPG keyring
SYNOPSIS¶gpg-key2ps [-r revoked-style] [-p papersize] [-1] [-s] keyid-or-name [ ... ]
DESCRIPTION¶gpg-key2ps generates a PostScript file with your OpenPGP key fingerprint (repeated as often as it fits) useful for keysigning parties. The only argument is the same as you would pass to GPG's list-keys command, either a key-id or a (partial) name. The PS data is written to stdout.
- -p --paper-size paper-size
- Select the output paper size. Default is to look into /etc/papersize or A4 if libpaper isn't installed.
- -s --show-subkeys
- Enable subkey information to be printed on the slips. Subkey information is normally not relevant to the key signing process.
- -r --revoked-style revoked-style
- Select how to mark revoked UIDs and subkeys. Five styles are available: hide don't show at all (default), show show normally, grey display in 50% grey, note add "[revoked]", and strike strike through.
- Print only one column of paper slips instead of the default two. Useful for keys with long UIDs that otherwise won't fit.
- Keyids to print. Multiple can be separated by spaces.
- -h --help
- Print usage and exit.
- -v --version
- Print version and exit.
- The default home directory.
- The gpg binary. Default: "gpg".
- The default working directory for gpg. Default: "$HOME/.gnupg".
- GNU Privacy Guard.
- Like gpg-key2ps, but produces LaTeX output instead.
- gpg-key2ps prints plain fingerprint slips. If you are looking for something more stylish, look at these latex templates for business cards that also include fingerprints.
AUTHORS AND COPYRIGHT¶
- (c) 2001-2005 Simon Richter <email@example.com>
- (c) 2005-2008 Thijs Kinkhorst <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- (c) 2005-2008 Christoph Berg <email@example.com>