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authorSchanzenbach, Martin <martin.schanzenbach@aisec.fraunhofer.de>2018-08-09 10:54:21 +0200
committerSchanzenbach, Martin <martin.schanzenbach@aisec.fraunhofer.de>2018-08-09 10:54:21 +0200
commit4b691472077b84f1986f0fed678ffe0aed6f6d42 (patch)
tree686da45fc8b85a8e53485c2f9933646d78cfc24e
parent6f78cbe8ca06b0c6333436864974ffe4c970a7e6 (diff)
update
-rw-r--r--doc/documentation/chapters/user.texi14
1 files changed, 7 insertions, 7 deletions
diff --git a/doc/documentation/chapters/user.texi b/doc/documentation/chapters/user.texi
index 35afdf5f7..50b795197 100644
--- a/doc/documentation/chapters/user.texi
+++ b/doc/documentation/chapters/user.texi
@@ -1920,17 +1920,17 @@ $ gnunet-identity -C "username"
Henceforth, you can manage a new user profile of the user ``username''.
-To add an email address to your user profile, simply use the @command{gnunet-idp} command line tool::
+To add an email address to your user profile, simply use the @command{gnunet-reclaim} command line tool::
@example
-$ gnunet-idp -e "username" -a "email" -V "username@@example.gnunet"
+$ gnunet-reclaim -e "username" -a "email" -V "username@@example.gnunet"
@end example
-All of your attributes can be listed using the @command{gnunet-idp}
+All of your attributes can be listed using the @command{gnunet-reclaim}
command line tool as well:
@example
-$ gnunet-idp -e "username" -D
+$ gnunet-reclaim -e "username" -D
@end example
Currently, and by default, attribute values are interpreted as plain text.
@@ -1942,7 +1942,7 @@ In the future there might be more value types such as X.509 certificate credenti
If you want to allow a third party such as a website or friend to access to your attributes (or a subset thereof) execute:
@example
-$ gnunet-idp -e "username" -r "PKEY" -i "attribute1,attribute2,..."
+$ gnunet-reclaim -e "username" -r "PKEY" -i "attribute1,attribute2,..."
@end example
Where "PKEY" is the public key of the third party and "attribute1,attribute2,..." is a comma-separated list of attribute names, such as "email", that you want to share.
@@ -1953,7 +1953,7 @@ You must give this "ticket" to the requesting third party.
The third party can then retrieve your shared identity attributes using:
@example
-$ gnunet-idp -e "friend" -C "ticket"
+$ gnunet-reclaim -e "friend" -C "ticket"
@end example
This will retrieve and list the shared identity attributes.
@@ -1962,7 +1962,7 @@ Further, the "ticket" can be re-used later to retrieve up-to-date attributes in
To list all given authorizations (tickets) you can execute:
@example
-$ gnunet-idp -e "friend" -T (TODO there is only a REST API for this ATM)
+$ gnunet-reclaim -e "friend" -T (TODO there is only a REST API for this ATM)
@end example