loadsee-setup --setup -m MODULE <OPTIONS>
loadsee-setup --remove -m MODULE
loadsee-setup --display [-m MODULE]

Manages the configuration of auto-loaded SEE machines.

Option Description

Action selection

-s, --setup

Installs a new auto-loaded SEE machine configuration onto the module identified with the -m option in the command. All options except for --machine are optional.

r, --remove

Removes auto-loaded SEE machine configuration from the module identified with the -m option in the command. No SEE machines will be automatically loaded onto that module.

-d, --display

Outputs the configuration for auto-loaded SEE machines on the the module identified with the -m option in the command.

--setup options

-M, --machine=MACHINE

Filename of the SEE machine file (required).

-U, --userdata=USERDATA

Filename of the userdata file to pass to the SEE machine.

-k, --key=IDENT

Ident of seeconf key protecting SEE machine.
Required if the SEE machine is encrypted.

-S, --sighash=HASH

Hash of key signing SEE machine.
Only required if the SEE machine is encrypted and you are using the dynamic SEE feature enable rather than the static feature.

-p, --published-object=NAME

Name to publish WorldID of the SEE machine with.

-P, --postload-prog=PROG

Post-init program to run after machine load.

-A, --postload-args=ARGS

String to pass to --postload-prog.

General options, including HSM selection

-c, --configfile=FILENAME

Selects the configuration file to use.
Default: NFAST_KMDATA/config/config.

-f, --force

Allow config changes without prompting.

-m, --module=MODULE

Selects the module to use when configuring auto-load SEE machines (required for --setup and --remove).
If you only have one module, <MODULE> is 1. If you do not specify a module number, the utility uses all modules by default.


Does not reset modules with changed configurations.

Unless the --no-reset option was given loadsee-setup will reset all modules whose configurations have changed .

Help options

-h, --help

Displays help for loadsee-setup.

-u, --usage

Displays a brief usage summary for loadsee-setup.

-v, --version

Displays the version number of the Security World Software that deploys loadsee-setup.