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opensc-tool



SYNOPSIS

       opensc-tool [OPTIONS]


DESCRIPTION

       The  opensc-tool utility can be used from the command line
       to perform miscellaneous smart  card  operations  such  as
       getting the card ATR or sending arbitrary APDU commands to
       a card.


OPTIONS

       --atr, -a
              Print the Answer To Reset (ATR) of the card, output
              is in hex byte format

       --send-apdu apdu, -s apdu
              Sends  an  arbitrary APDU to the card in the format
              AA:BB:CC:DD:EE:FF...

       --list-files, -f
              Recursively lists all files stored on card

       --list-readers, -l
              Lists all configured readers

       --list-drivers, -D
              Lists all installed card drivers

       --list-rdrivers, -R
              Lists all installed reader drivers

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

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

       --quiet, -q
              Quiet operation

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


SEE ALSO

       opensc(7), opensc-explorer(1)


AUTHORS

       opensc-tool     was     written     by     Juha     Yrjölä
       <juha.yrjola@iki.fi>.  This manpage was contributed by Joe
  




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