gkeyring 0.2.4

A small Python tool for command-line access to c

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What's new in gkeyring 0.2.2:

  • Option --no-newline added, tweaked -1 option behavior.
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LICENSE TYPE:
AGPL (Affero General Public License) 
USER RATING:
5.0/5 1
DEVELOPED BY:
Kamil Páral
HOMEPAGE:
launchpad.net
CATEGORY:
ROOT \ Security
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gkeyring - Usage message
gkeyring is a small Python utility for command-line access to GNOME keyring. It provides simple querying for and storing of network credentials. It can be used as a CLI or as a Python module.

Developer comments

This tool currently suits my needs, but if you want to develop it more, don't hesitate to contact me, I will gladly assign you to the development team.

Use 'get' for retrieving network credentials from GNOME keyring and 'set' for
storing network credentials into the keyring.

Options:
  --version             show program's version number and exit
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit

  Options to be used for 'get':
    -s SERVER, --server=SERVER
                        network server
    -p PROTOCOL, --protocol=PROTOCOL
                        network protocol
    -u USER, --user=USER
                        username

  Options to be used for 'set':
    Notice: Also all options for 'get' can be used here. Mandatory options
    are: protocol, server, user.

    -w PASSWORD, --password=PASSWORD
                        password (you will be asked if not specified)
    -t PORT, --port=PORT
                        network port
    -d DOMAIN, --domain=DOMAIN
                        network domain
    -k KEYRING, --keyring=KEYRING
                        keyring name (will use default one when no specified)

Example usage: gkeyring.py get -s myserver.com -p ftp

Last updated on June 8th, 2011

requirements

#GNOME keyring #command-line access #GNOME #keyring #CLI #access

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