Command Line

Scott McIntyre (smcintyr@eden.rutgers.edu)
Sat, 3 May 1997 00:19:50 -0400


This may be a really obvious question but...

Why do we have to specify the keyserver on the command line? Can't it
just be hardwired in? If the keyserver does change, won't Rocke just
change the DNS mapping so that "keymaster.verser.frii.com" has a
different IP? It seems to me that just this simple change would
(sadly) make the client much easier to use.

Also, does deschall ever access the executable after it is started up?
I want to walk into the computer lab, stick my disk in the machine, run
deschall, take my disk and leave. Any problems with this?

Scott McIntyre
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