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Template: mandos/key_id
Type: note
_Description: New client option "key_id" is REQUIRED on server
 A new "key_id" client option is REQUIRED in the clients.conf file,
 otherwise the client most likely will not reboot unattended.  This option:
 .
  key_id = <HEXSTRING>
 .
 must be added in the file /etc/mandos/clients.conf, right before the
 "fingerprint" option, for each Mandos client.  You must edit that file and
 add this option for all clients.  To see the correct key ID for each
 client, run this command (on each client):
 .
  mandos-keygen -F/dev/null|grep ^key_id
 .
 Note: the clients must all also be using GnuTLS 3.6.6 or later; the server
 cannot serve passwords for both old and new clients!
 .
 Rationale: With GnuTLS 3.6.6, Mandos has been forced to stop using OpenPGP
 keys as TLS session keys.  A new TLS key pair will be generated on each
 client and will be used as identification, but the key ID of the public
 key needs to be added to this server, since this will now be used to
 identify the client to the server.

Template: mandos/removed_bad_key_ids
Type: note
_Description: Bad key IDs have been removed from clients.conf
 Bad key IDs, which were created by a bug in Mandos client 1.8.0, have been
 removed from /etc/mandos/clients.conf