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opensc-explorer




SYNOPSIS

       opensc-explorer [OPTIONS]


DESCRIPTION

       The opensc-explorer utility can be used  interactively  to
       perform  miscellaneous  operations  such  as exploring the
       contents of or sending arbitrary APDU commands to a  smart
       card or similar security token.


OPTIONS

       The  following  are  the  command-line options for opensc-
       explorer.   There  are  additional  interactive   commands
       available once it is running.

       --reader num, -r num
              Use the given reader number.  The default is 0, the
              first reader in the system.

       --card-driver driver, -D driver
              Use the given card driver.  The  default  is  auto-
              detected.

       --debug, -d
              Print  debug  output.   This option may be supplied
              many times each increasing the verbosity  of  debug
              messages.


COMMANDS

       The following commands are suported at the opensc-explorer
       interactive prompt.

       ls     list all files in the current DF

       cd file-id
              change to another DF specified by file-id

       cat    print the contents of the currently selected EF

       info [file-id]
              display attributes of a file specified by  file-id.
              If  file-id  is not supplied, the attributes of the
              current file are printed.

       create file-id size
              create a new EF.  file-id specifies the  id  number
              and size is the size of the new file.

       delete file-id
              remove the EF or DF specified by file-id.

       put file-id [input]
              copy a local file to the card.  The local  file  is
              specified by input while the card file is specified
              by file-id.

       get file-id [output]
              copy an EF to a local  file.   The  local  file  is
              specified  by  output while the card file is speci­
              fied by file-id.

       mkdir file-id size
              create a DF.  file-id specifies the id  number  and
              size is the size of the new file.

       pksign create  a public key signature.  NOTE: This command
              is currently not implemented.

       pkdecrypt
              perform a public key decryption.  NOTE:  This  com­
              mand is currently not implemented.

       erase  erase the card, if the card supports it.

       debug [level]
              get or set the debug level

       quit   exit the program


SEE ALSO

       opensc(7), opensc-tool(1)


AUTHORS

       opensc-explorer     was    written    by    Juha    Yrjölä
       <juha.yrjola@iki.fi>.  This manpage was contributed by Joe
       Phillips  <joe.phillips@innovationsw.com>  for  the Debian
       GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).

                        September 3, 2002      opensc-explorer(1)
  
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