Correction: I have to encrypt the JWT, not sign it. Signing is with the 
private key - which I don't have. I will take a look at the article and the 
linking. Maybe that will bring some hints for me. Thanks again :)

Jeffrey Walton schrieb am Samstag, 18. September 2021 um 05:11:31 UTC+2:

> On Friday, September 17, 2021 at 11:26:25 AM UTC-4 
> wrote:
>> ... The final goal is to build a JWT and sign it with the public key, 
>> constructed out of x and y. If I can find a way to use the public key 
>> directly, that may be a workaround of that problem - in the end I don't 
>> want a temporary file output anyway. It only grinds my gears that it works 
>> when compiled on "not-my-machine"-devices. 
> For JWT, see . It 
> should supply most of the pieces you need for the tokens.
> If the JWE article has gaps that are needed for JWT, we can write an 
> article specifically for JWT.
> Jeff

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