Provided by: pcscd_1.2.9-beta9-1_i386 bug

NAME

       update-reader.conf - (re)generate /etc/reader.conf

SYNOPSIS

       update-reader.conf [force]

DESCRIPTION

       update-reader.conf  is  a  simple tool to manage /etc/reader.conf.  The
       PCSC daemon (pcscd) uses one configuration file for its  configuration.
       This  makes  it  hard for packages to dynamically add information about
       their own smart card reader drivers. To fix this update-reader.conf has
       been introduced.

       update-reader.conf attempts to fix this by generating the configuration
       file from seperate files which are located in /etc/reader.conf.d.   All
       files    in   that   directory   are   assembled   together   to   form
       /etc/reader.conf.

       After   generation   a   backup   of   the   old   file   is   put   in
       /etc/reader.conf.old.

FILES

       update-reader.conf  will  ignore files that match the following regular
       expression:
              *\(\.dpkg-[a-z]*\|~\)$
       (ie  files  with  the  extension  .dpkg-new,  .dpkg-orig,   .dpkg-dist,
       .dpkg-old, or whose filename end with a ~).

OPTIONS

       force  update-reader.conf  check  if  the current /etc/reader.conf is a
              generated file by checking for a special tag on the first  line.
              If  this  tag  is  not found generation is aborted. By supplying
              force as parameter only a warning is printed.

SEE ALSO

       pcscd(1)

BUGS

       None of course! :)

AUTHOR

       This    manual    page    was    written    by     Ludovic     Rousseau
       <ludovic.rousseau@free.fr> for the Debian GNU/Linux system.