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File Date Author Commit
 dist 2007-11-20 kyoder kyoder [659972] updated configure flags
 include 2007-11-20 kyoder kyoder [bc86d7] added new prototypes for tspi functions
 lib 2007-11-20 kyoder kyoder [85ac8f] added new tspi functions for tpm_sealdata to us...
 man 2007-11-01 kyoder kyoder [c8125f] added new pages to build
 po_ 2005-05-31 tlendacky tlendacky [eeb76b] I18N changes
 src 2007-11-20 kyoder kyoder [093409] added support for sealing to PCRs 16-23 when a ...
 test 2007-11-20 kyoder kyoder [477bfa] initial add
 LICENSE 2005-05-17 kylene kylene [4e79bc] Initial revision 2005-07-29 kylene kylene [6609ce] Unseal library addition for use with ssl keys.
 README 2006-06-07 tlendacky tlendacky [15681b] Unseal fixes and small miscellaneous updates 2007-10-05 kyoder kyoder [34099b] added force option to libtoolize 2006-02-15 tlendacky tlendacky [08e206] Eliminate compiler warnings 2007-11-20 kyoder kyoder [60a4c9] rearranged setup of CFLAGS to prevent multiple ...

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 Copyright (C) 2005, 2006 International Business Machines Corporation
 All Rights Reserved.

 tpm-tools is an open-source package designed to enable user and application
 enablement of Trusted Computing using a Trusted Platform Module (TPM),
 similar to a smart card environment.  Trusted Computing is a set of
 specifications set forth by the Trusted Computing Group (TCG).  For more
 information on the TCG and Trusted Computing please visit the Trusted
 Computing Group website at:

 The tpm-tools package contains commands to allow the platform administrator
 the ability to manage and diagnose the platform's TPM.  Additionally, the
 package contains commands to utilize some of the capabilities available
 in the TPM PKCS#11 interface implemented in the openCryptoki project.

 The tpm-tools package is released under the Common Public License.

 ----- ------------
 Packages needed to build:


  optional (for PKCS#11 support - tpmtoken commands)
    openssl-0.9.7 or newer
    openssl-devel-0.9.7 or newer
    opencryptoki-2.2.0 or newer

 BUILDING tpm-tools
 -------- ---------
 $ sh ./
 $ ./configure
 $ make
 # make install

 By default the build will place everything in /usr/local. Issue
   ./configure --help
 to see how to install to a different location.

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