delkey – delete keys from factotum

delkey [ –f ] pattern

Delkey shows the user each key stored in factotum(4) and matching the pattern, prompting for whether the key should be deleted. At each prompt, typing a response beginning with y deletes the key, typing a response beginning with q aborts the listing, and any other response skips over the key.

The –f option disables the prompting; all keys matching the pattern are deleted.

When run on a CPU server, delkey uses the terminal's factotum, if present, instead of the server's factotum.

First choice for factotum to use
Second choice

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