auth/convpasswd [ -f ] [ -v ] [ -m keydir ] [ pwfile ]
If a password file entry for name exists, it is modified; otherwise, a new entry is created. The user is prompted for the following items:
Note that the password expiration date is also used as the default expiration date for any certificate later produced; see getauthinfo(8).
Convpasswd converts a Third Edition password file to the keys(6) file used by the current Edition of the system. It reads password entries from pwfile, /keydb/password by default, and writes corresponding entries into a name space served by keyfs(4), mounted at keydir, /mnt/keys by default. It copies passwords and expiry times. The `free form' administrative data is discarded. If keydir already has got an entry for a user, it is left as-is, unless the -f option is given to force convpasswd to copy across the entry in pwfile . The -v option causes convpasswd to print each user name after it successfully installs it.
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