6.4 Configuration files
There are a few configuration files to control certain aspects of
scdaemons's operation. Unless noted, they are expected in the
current home directory (see option –homedir).
- This is the standard configuration file read by scdaemon on
startup. It may contain any valid long option; the leading two dashes
may not be entered and the option may not be abbreviated. This default
name may be changed on the command line (see option –options).
- If this file is present and executable, it will be called on every card
reader's status change. An example of this script is provided with the
- This file is created by scdaemon to let other applications now
about reader status changes. Its use is now deprecated in favor of