I have no idea what the problem can be. Anthony Wong anthonywong on This is the name of your card. Ludovic Rousseau ludovic-rousseau-gmail wrote on Status changed to Confirmed 2.
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CategoryHardware Smartcards last modified Our RSA key is now ready to be used. If you run the command with the -v verbose flag, it will also tell you the name of the driver your card uses: A small note on the codes: Open Source Consulting Domain Registration.
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Anthony Wong anthonywong wrote on Also note that the version of pcscd shipped in Ubuntu I have only tested it on Ubuntu; it should work as is on Debian and other Debian-derivatives, and almost as-is on any modern Linux distribution. Generate the new key on your computer, for example with OpenSSL of course skip this step if you want to use a key you already have:. Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies.
I will cover each application in a separate message, so stay tuned. December 6th, 7. Currently installed libccid version in Ubuntu Po-Hsu Lin cypressyew on In the best cases, it is possible to build working solutions without using any non-free or binary artifacts from the vendor, except for those in the card catd. Linux – Software This forum is for Software issues.
Advanced Card Systems Package: Supported Hardware This list is not exhaustive. Daniel Manrique roadmr on Having a problem logging in?
This change was made by a bot. For the GnuPG use-case signing emailthey are easy to use and therefore quite popular – however, to use a card for general purpose activities such as web authentication, VPN and disk encryption, they may not be satisfactory.
corp.emvv I have a smart card readerwhich i will detail down, but everytime i try to retrieve any thingit shows me error as unsupported cardDetails: What you are doing wrong is using an unsupported card. Now to see whether your card is supported: Replace with or for a longer key if supported by your card.
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Verified on with First and foremost, you will obviously need the correct hardware. By definition, a smartcard is a secure device and the software can not be changed at will. Introduction to Linux – A Hands on Guide This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter.
I just bought a Delock in-1 internal card reader which was advertised as kernel 2. Ludovic Rousseau ludovic-rousseau-gmail wrote on The time now is Join Date May Beans Hidden! Last working version of libccid seems to be: