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PCSCD(8)							    PC/SC Lite								  PCSCD(8)

NAME
pcscd - PC/SC Smart Card Daemon SYNOPSIS
pcscd [options] OPTIONS
-a, --apdu log APDUs and SW using the debug method (see --debug). -c, --config file Specifies the file file as an alternate location for /etc/reader.conf.d/reader.conf. -f, --foreground Runs pcscd in the foreground and sends log messages to stderr instead of syslog(3). -d, --debug use the lowest log level. Any log message of this level or above will be sent to stderr or syslog(3) depending on the use of --fore- ground. --info use info log level. This is the default log level. --error use error log level. --critical use critical log level. The log levels are ordered as: debug < info < error < critical. Use a log level l will log this level and all the levels above it. -h, --help Displays information about the pcscd command line -v, --version Displays the program version number -H, --hotplug Ask pcscd to rescan the USB buses for added or removed readers and re-read the /etc/reader.conf.d/reader.conf file to detect added or removed non-USB readers (serial or PCMCIA). DESCRIPTION
pcscd is the daemon program for pcsc-lite. It is a resource manager that coordinates communications with smart card readers and smart cards and cryptographic tokens that are connected to the system. It allows applications to access smart cards and readers using the winscard API but without knowing details of the card or reader. pcscd coordinates the loading of drivers for card readers. SERIAL SMART CARD READER DRIVERS
Smart card reader drivers are placed in the /usr/lib64/pcsc/drivers directory. Each driver is simply an .so file. pcscd locates the driver using the /etc/reader.conf.d/reader.conf file. See the reader.conf(5) manual page for more information. Drivers are available at http://www.musclecard.com/drivers.html. USB SMART CARD READER DRIVERS
USB smart card reader drivers are located in /usr/lib64/pcsc/drivers directory as a bundle. You shall not add a USB driver in /etc/reader.conf.d/reader.conf file. FILES
/etc/reader.conf.d/reader.conf : Reader configuration file /var/run/pcscd/pcscd.pid : process id of the running pcscd /usr/lib64/pcsc/drivers : directory containing bundles for USB drivers SEE ALSO
bundleTool(8), reader.conf(5), syslog(3) AUTHORS
David Corcoran <corcoran@musclecard.com> and Ludovic Rousseau <ludovic.rousseau@free.fr> Muscle January 2007 PCSCD(8)

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CHIPCARD-TOOL(1)														  CHIPCARD-TOOL(1)

NAME
chipcard-tool - a commandline client to access smart cards via libchipcard SYNOPSIS
chipcard-tool list|check|atr|monitor [-CFILE] [--configfile=FILE] [-fFILE] [--file=FILE] [--logtype=TYPE] [--loglevel=LEVEL] [--log- file=FILE] [-v] [--verbous] [-a] [--showall] [-tTIMEOUT] [--timeout=TIMEOUT] [--readers] [--drivers] [--services] [--start-all] [-h] [--help] DESCRIPTION
chipcard-tool is a command line client for libchipcard for testing the setup. ARGUMENTS
list List configured readers. check Check the specified reader. atr Execute ATR on the specified reader. monitor Monitor communication between server and clients. OPTIONS
-C FILE | --configfile=FILE Configuration file to load. -f FILE | --file=FILE This filename is used when reading or writing data such as public keys, bank information etc. --logtype=TYPE Set the logtype (console, file). --loglevel=LEVEL Set the log level (info, notice, warning, error). --logfile=FILE Set the log file (if log type is "file"). -v | --verbous Every occurrence of this option increases the verbosity. -a | --showall Show event log for drivers and readers. -t TIMEOUT | --timeout=TIMEOUT Set the total timeout for check command. --readers Show readers. --drivers Show drivers. --services Show services. --start-all Start all readers when monitoring server -h | --help Shows help. ENVIRONMENT
FILES
/etc/chipcard/ The system-wide configuration files. /var/log/chipcard/ The default log files. SEE ALSO
http://www.libchipcard.de Homepage of libchipcard project. /usr/share/doc/libchipcard-tools/ Local documentation BUGS
REVISION
Manual for chipcard-tool 2009 March 19th CHIPCARD-TOOL(1)

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