openct-tool(1) OpenCT openct-tool(1)NAME
openct-tool - OpenCT smart card utility
openct-tool [options] command ...
OPTIONS -d enable debugging; repeat to increase verbosity
specify config file (default @openct_conf_path@)
specify index of reader to use
-h display this message
-v display version and exit
list list all readers found
atr print ATR of card in selected reader
wait wait for card to be inserted
rwait wait for reader to be attached
mf try to select main folder of card
read dump memory of synchronous card
OpenCT 0.6.20 May 2005 openct-tool(1)
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OPENPGP-TOOL(1) OpenSC Tools OPENPGP-TOOL(1)NAME
openpgp-tool - utility for accessing visible data OpenPGP smart cards and compatible tokens
The openpgp-tool utility is used for accessing data from the OpenPGP v1.1 and v2.0 smart cards and compatible tokens like e.g. GPF
CryptoStick v1.x, which might not be present in PKCS#15 objects but available in custom files on the card. The data can be printed on
screen or used by other programs via environment variables.
OPTIONS --exec prog, -x prog
Execute the given program with data in environment variables.
Print help message on screen.
Print values in raw format, as they are stored on the card.
Print values in pretty format.
Show card holder information.
--reader num, -r num
Use the given reader. The default is the first reader with a card.
Verify PIN (CHV1, CHV2 or CHV3).
The PIN text to verify.
--gen-key ID, -G ID
Generate key. Specify key ID (1, 2 or 3) to generate.
--key-length bitlength, -L bitlength
Length (default 2048 bit) of the key to be generated.
Print the version of the utility and exit.
Verbose operation. Use several times to enable debug output.
Wait for a card to be inserted.
openpgp-tool utility was written by Peter Marschall <email@example.com>.
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