Before you install the driver must have installed ‘pcscd and you uninstalled or disabled ‘openct. You should follow the MCT and. Plugged it in, and the driver immediately recognized the SCR Anyone got any clues? All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic. HID Global did not provide standard installation packages for Linux, so to install the driver must take the following steps:. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del.

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Package name is pcsc-omnikey.

Thanks for your contribution to Ubuntu! Given that the new Debian release has already been synced from unstable which was the correct way to do it – we kys0133 use bzr merges when we don’t have any Ubuntu changesI think it would be rather too confusing to merge this branch.

After this change, you must stop all running instances of pcscd and drop it from the boot script. The file should contain something like: It would be better to reconstruct or rebase or whatever this branch on top of the current lp: Last Jump to page: But the original driver problem I pointed out in December still exists.


If your distro is not on the list it is probably useless to try the install.

Both of which are the exact same thing, except the “Keyboard” variant is in permanently attached to a USB keyboard as in, in the same case. Usually the solution is to remove and insert the card to the reader again but sometimes its required to restart the ID-software component uubntu the computer.

PINPad readers can have issues in Windows terminal solutions as terminal systems are not officially supported environments by the ID-card software. Post as a guest Name. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. By using this site, you accept the Terms of Use and Rules of Participation.

SCM managed to do it for the same card reader, why shouldn’t HP? June 14th, To post a comment you must log in. If you have different knowhow about smartcard readers listed in this article, please do not hesitate to let us know. ku0s133

Merge lp:~kalon33/ubuntu/natty/ccid/merge-from-unstable into lp:ubuntu/natty/ccid

April 28th, 1. This just proves my theory that HP has put its uubuntu firmware on the device preventing it from being usable with the SCM driver I couldn’t find the sources for libcm April 30th, 5.


To check which one driver using pcscd, you need to run in debug mode with parameters-fd. Originally Posted by mannih My laptop is certified for SuSe and the smart card reader is an option and my laptop was delivered with the reader. If you do not have any of them installed, kks0133 will still work, but only from terminal.

Merge into natty : merge-from-unstable : Natty () : Code : ccid package : Ubuntu

AIX grep has a line. In case you use both Omnikey and ACS it is best to use libacsccid1 instead libccid.

It seems it’s recognized by the USB driver correctly: Eventually, it tries all USB devices and does nothing after that. Originally Posted by JurgenB. New USB device strings: You should read your driver documentation to know what information. So do not expect a perfect behavior.