smbios-token-ctl - Man Page

../src/bin/smbios-token-ctl

Synopsis

smbios-token-ctl

Options

--version

show program's version number and exit

-h,  --help

show this help message and exit

-d,  --dump-tokens

Action: dump token table

--dump-tokens-csv

Action: dump token table in CSV format

--import-token-settings-csv

Action: Restore token settings from CSV table dump

--is-string

Action: return true if specified token is a string.

--is-bool

Action: return true if specified token is a bool.

--is-active

Action: return true if specified bool token is active.

--get-string

Action: get string token value.

--activate

Action: activate specified bool token.

--set-string

Action: set string token value.

-i TOKEN_ID, --token-id=TOKEN_ID, --token=TOKEN_ID

Filter only token with ID.

-n TOKEN_NAME, --token-name=TOKEN_NAME

Filter only token with name.

-s TOKEN_SETTING, --token-setting=TOKEN_SETTING

Filter only token with setting.

--token-csv=TOKEN_CSV

path to the token.csv file.

--token-blacklist-csv=TOKEN_BLACKLIST_CSV

Path to token blacklist file.

-v,  --verbose

Display more verbose output.

-q,  --quiet

Minimize program output. Only errors and warnings are displayed.

--trace

Enable verbose function tracing.

--logconfig=LOGCONFIG

Specify alternate config log.

--password=PASSWORD

BIOS Setup password for set/activate operations.

-r,  --rawpassword

Do not auto-convert password to scancodes.

--memory-dat=MEMORY_DAT

Path to a memory dump file to use instead of real RAM

--cmos-dat=CMOS_DAT

Path to a CMOS dump file to use instead of real CMOS

See Also

The full documentation for smbios-token-ctl is maintained as a Texinfo manual.  If the info and smbios-token-ctl programs are properly installed at your site, the command

info smbios-token-ctl

should give you access to the complete manual.

Info

January 2021 smbios-token-ctl 2.4.3