This is a library making it easy to patch applications to send commands to
PWMD. There is an included command line client 'pwmc' that reads protocol
commands from stdin or in an interactive shell-like mode and sends them to the
pwmd server. Read libpwmd(3) or pwmc(1) for all the details. Read
doc/tutorial.html for an introduction to pwmd and pwmc usage (recommended).
C99 compiler - http://www.gnu.org/software/gcc/
Is a good choice. Required.
libassuan - http://www.gnupg.org/
Protocol. Version 2.0.3 or later is required. Version 2.1.0
or later is recommended.
libgpg-error - http://www.gnupg.org/
libassuan (and pwmd) return gpg error codes. Required.
libreadline - http://www.gnu.org/software/readline/
For an interactive shell-like interface to pwmc. Optional.
pwmd - http://pwmd.sourceforge.net/
Version 3.1beta2 or later.
If you want to do remote connections to a pwmd server:
libssh2 - http://libssh2.org/
Version 1.2.9 or later is required for SSH connections.
gnutls - http://www.gnu.org/software/gnutls/
For remote connections over TLS. Version 3.3.0 or later.
For functions that use a local pinentry and when --disable-pinentry is not
passed to configure, then you'll need:
pinentry - ftp://ftp.gnupg.org/gcrypt/pinentry/
There are various interfaces for passphrase entry:
console/curses, X11/GTK2, X11/QT. The X11 versions also
support console/curses. Version 0.7.6 or later is required.
There is a public GIT repository available at repo.or.cz. Anonymous checkouts
can be done by:
git clone git://repo.or.cz/libpwmd.git
or from the mirror:
git clone https://gitlab.com/bjk/libpwmd
The gitweb interface can be viewed at:
And for pwmd:
Please send any bug reports, feature requests or patches to the issue tracker
at Gitlab: https://gitlab.com/bjk/libpwmd/issues.
Ben Kibbey <email@example.com>