The bsm command

BSM operation is controlled by a single command, bsm. Help for this command can be obtained by the use of bsm -h.

BSM will run as a background process, started by bsm -s and terminated with bsm -q

BSM will attempt to make SIP registrations of available application mappings that they have been attached to using BAM for each BVR machine. Only currently running BVR instances will be considered for registration purposes.

The bsm command is aware of the size of your terminal window and will scale its output accordingly. If you are seeing any display issues with the content you are trying to present, this will be because your terminal window is too small. In this case, please exit the bsm command and increase the size of your terminal window to accommodate the content