[sword-devel] Module Encryption
awaller at ctimongolia.com
Tue Jan 4 21:24:46 MST 2005
Thanks for the quick reply! I downloaded mod2zmod, and I am slowly making
progress by trial and error to get it working correctly. Maybe when I finish
I can write down the steps to compress and encrypt a module in case anyone
else has trouble with this in the future.
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[mailto:sword-devel-bounces at crosswire.org]On Behalf Of Troy A. Griffitts
Sent: Monday, January 03, 2005 10:58 PM
To: SWORD Developers' Collaboration Forum
Subject: Re: [sword-devel] Module Encryption
I use mod2zmod, which provides an option to provide a cipherkey, and
you'll want your module compressed anyway. I would suggest ZIP
compression and BOOK or CHAPTER level. See a ztext module .conf file
for an example of the parameters you'll need.
The CipherKey= entry in a .conf file is what is needed to then use your
Hope this helps,
Adam Waller wrote:
> Dear Friends,
> I am working with a friend of mine to create a Mongolian Bible module for
> the Sword Project. It looks like we are getting close to the testing
> but I am trying to understand how to encipher the module.
> I have been using the cipherraw utility to encrypt the module, but I am
> clear on how I should use the CipherKey in the .conf file. I was unable to
> find any examples from my searches on the Internet.
> If someone had a few minutes, I would be very grateful for a little
> explanation or sample of how to use the cipherraw utility to create a
> Thanks in advance for your help!
> In Christ,
> - Adam
> Adam Waller
> "And let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap,
> we faint not." - Galatians 6:9
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