psm-traps

command line trap forensic tool for BTI proNX Services Manager (psm).

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psm-traps

command line trap forensic tool for BTI proNX Services Manager (psm).

Getting Started

Download and install node from here:

download node.js

Once node is installed, npm will be available, this can be used to install/upgrade psm-traps:

  $ npm install -g psm-traps

The -g option will install/upgrade it globally on your system, this will make it available from any directory.

For some *nix systems you may need to use sudo:

  $ sudo npm install -g psm-traps

sudo is required if you're running as a user other than superuser (root).

NOTE when installing there will be a number of warning displayed on the console, this is output from the third parties that are used in this client application, these can be ignored as they do not affect behaviour.

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