The only sources in there, compile the kernel module, but not the libcm Originally Posted by Buster My laptop is certified for SuSe and the smart card reader is an option and my laptop was delivered with the reader. The list of supported tags is not limited. I’ve downloaded the source package from the manufacturer. Slots are SAMs and the card is always present or absent. I want to use it to read my eID.
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Fix Studio CC warning “ifdhandler. The readers I mentioned above are supported by libccidbut pcscd can’t recognize the reader by it’s vendor and product IDs:.
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Colin Watson cjwatson wrote on Most likely the package containing this driver is called libccid or just ccid. The only thing I can do, is download the CCID driver source and try to hack it in there, or at least that’s the only thing Kbuntu can come up with right now. The file should contain something like: In order not to remove the demon when uninstalling libccid, you can install any other package providing pcsc-ifd-handler – for example libacr38u.
This should only happen if the card was in the reader and some ID-software component in use during that time. If HP says the device works with Suse maybe thats the distribution you should use.
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Socket 0 Device 0: Is there anything else I can try? I got a little bit further with OpenCT: That is what I believe.
I’ve bought a product for HP that they stated as an option to a Linux-supported laptop. Eventually, it tries all USB devices and does nothing after that.
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See this question to use the Belgian eID.
The time now is Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. That said, considering the conversation in bugI would prefer this to go through the upstream process kbuntu.
It is now IFD handler version 3.
Merge lp:~kalon33/ubuntu/natty/ccid/merge-from-unstable into lp:ubuntu/natty/ccid
June 14th, Remove the “Known problems” section about Mac OS. In case you want to use another reader that works only through libccid, you can not uninstall it.
Now, if you put your smart card in the reader, it should light up and smart card applications should recognize the card. I have tried using SuSe, but the card reader is not automaticly detected and there is not driver supplied by HP.
Prior to closing the communication channel the reader.