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diff --git a/doc/handbook/chapters/user.texi b/doc/handbook/chapters/user.texi
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@@ -97,7 +97,7 @@ the peer identity. The IDENTITY service essentially stores the
private keys under human-readable names, and keeps a mapping of which
private key should be used for particular important system functions.
The existing identities can be listed using the command
-@command{gnunet-identity -d}
+@command{gnunet-identity --display}
@@ -1098,7 +1098,7 @@ selection is simply random.
@subsection Namespace Management
The @code{gnunet-identity} tool can be used to create egos.
-By default, @code{gnunet-identity -D} simply
+By default, @code{gnunet-identity --display} simply
lists all locally available egos.
@@ -1110,7 +1110,7 @@ lists all locally available egos.
@node Creating Egos
@subsubsection Creating Egos
-With the @command{-C NICK} option it can also be used to create a new
+With the @command{--create=NICK} option it can also be used to create a new
ego. An ego is the virtual identity of the entity in control of a
namespace or GNS zone. Anyone can create any number of egos. The
provided NICK name automatically corresponds to a GNU Name System
@@ -1118,6 +1118,11 @@ domain name. Thus, henceforth name resolution for any name ending in
``.NICK'' will use the NICK's zone. You should avoid using NICKs that
collide with well-known DNS names.
+Currently, the IDENTITY subsystem supports two types of identity keys:
+ECDSA and EdDSA. By default, ECDSA identities are creates with ECDSA keys.
+In order to create an identity with EdDSA keys, you can use the
+@command{--eddsa} flag.
@node Deleting Egos
@subsubsection Deleting Egos
@@ -1409,7 +1414,7 @@ You can create any number of zones using the gnunet-identity tool
-$ gnunet-identity -C "myzone"
+$ gnunet-identity --create="myzone"
@end example
Henceforth, on your system you control the TLD ``myzone''.
@@ -1418,7 +1423,7 @@ All of your zones can be listed (displayed) using the
@command{gnunet-identity} command line tool as well:
-$ gnunet-identity -d
+$ gnunet-identity --display
@end example
@node Maintaining your own Zones
@@ -1929,7 +1934,7 @@ integrate reclaimID as an Identity Provider with little effort.
Before adding attributes to an identity, you must first create an ego:
-$ gnunet-identity -C "user"
+$ gnunet-identity --create="user"
@end example
Henceforth, you can manage a new user profile of the user ``user''.