Author: Daniel Baumann <email@example.com>
Description: Adjusting file pathes and locations to debian.
@@ -105,9 +105,9 @@
storage file for trousers to use. Normally trousers would create this file
itself at the time ownership is taken. If your SRK has been given an
authorization password by the non-Linux OS, you will need to move the file
-dist/system.data.auth to /usr/local/var/lib/tpm/system.data. If you've
+examples/system.data.auth to /var/lib/tpm/system.data. If you've
taken ownership of your TPM without issuing a password, move
-dist/system.data.noauth to /usr/local/var/lib/tpm/system.data.
+examples/system.data.noauth to /var/lib/tpm/system.data.
Passwords: When entering passwords for keys you'd like to use in both
Linux and other OS's, you'll need to take note of how you entered those
@@ -165,10 +165,10 @@
valid across all application lifetimes, TCSD restarts and system
resets. Data registered in system PS stays valid until an application
requests that it be removed. The System PS file by default is
- /usr/local/var/lib/tpm/system.data. The system PS file is initially
+ /var/lib/tpm/system.data. The system PS file is initially
created when ownership of the TPM is first taken.
- D) A config file. By default located in /usr/local/etc/tcsd.conf.
+ D) A config file. By default located in /etc/tcsd.conf.
RUNNING the TSS
@@ -192,13 +192,13 @@
# modprobe tpm_natl
- start the TCS Core Services daemon, by default /usr/local/sbin/tcsd.
- # /usr/local/sbin/tcsd
+ start the TCS Core Services daemon, by default /usr/sbin/tcsd.
+ # /etc/init.d/tcsd start
If you're attempting to make the TCS Core Services daemon communicate with a
softwware TPM through TCP, you must call it using the -e option.
- # /usr/local/sbin/tcsd -e
+ # /usr/sbin/tcsd -e
The default values for hostname, port and UN socket device path are "localhost",
"6545" and "/var/run/tpm/tpmd_socket:0". It will search for the IN socket device,