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pkcs15-profile


       The pkcs15-init(1) utility for PKCS #15 smart card person­
       alization is controlled via profiles.  When  starting,  it
       will  read  two  such  profiles  at  the moment, a generic
       application profile, and  a  card  specific  profile.  The
       generic  profile  must  be  specified on the command line,
       while the card specific file is selected based on the type
       of card detected.

       The  generic  application profile defines general informa­
       tion about the card layout, such as the path of the appli­
       cation  DF,  various PKCS #15 files within that directory,
       and the access conditions on these files. It also  defines
       general   information   about  PIN,  key  and  certificate
       objects. Currently, there is only one  such  generic  pro­
       file, pkcs15.profile.

       The  card specific profile contains additional information
       required during card intialization, such  as  location  of
       PIN files, key references etc.

       Profiles currently reside in

       /usr/share/opensc


SYNTAX

       This  section should contain information about the profile
       syntax. Will add this soonishly.


SEE ALSO

       pkcs15(7), pkcs15-init(1), pkcs15-crypt(1), opensc(7).


AUTHORS

       pkcs15-init was written by Olaf Kirch <okir@lst.de>.

                                                pkcs15-profile(5)

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