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ekey-setkey

ekey-setkey

Section: Maintenance Commands (8) Updated: 19th July 2009
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NAME

ekey-setkey - Entropy Key Long Term Key programmer  

SYNOPSIS

ekey-setkey [-s SerialNumber] [-m MasterKey] path  

DESCRIPTION

ekey-setkey is a low level tool which sets the long-term key of an Entropy Key using its Master Key. The keyring is updated with the new session key. Any running ekeyd will not be updated with the new key and may interfere with the re-keying process. Users may use the ekey-rekey tool instead as this performs the relevant ekeydctl operations to ensure any running ekeyd is updated apropriately.  

OPTIONS

-s
Specifies the serial number of the key to re-key.
-m
Specifies the Master Key of the device
path
Specifies which device node to use to access the Entropy Key.
 

SEE ALSO

ekey-rekey(8), ekeyd(8)  

AUTHOR

Copyright © 2009 Simtec Electronics. All rights reserved.

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