First search the mailing list archives. To know if a smart card reader is CCID compliant and should be supported by this driver but is not listed bellow. If you have not found a solution then subscribe to the Pcsclite-muscle mailing list and send your request to pcsclite-muscle lists. The URL of a web page describing the reader. Mac OS X Tiger
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Mac OS X Tiger Mailing list If you have general questions or bug reports you should use the Pcsclite-muscle mailing list.
README · master · Ludovic Rousseau / CCID · GitLab
Typically the web page of the reader description on the manufacturer web site. The drivers are also available as packages libccid. Go in the Download section. You can use this now unmaintained patch.
You may need to use the git version to iccdd the latest added readers. I can’t test is myself so patches are welcome if needed.
Only a warm reset is possible. I Ludovic Rousseau greatly improved this code.
No way to generate a cold reset. Check reader’s compliance to CCID specification To know if a smart card reader is CCID compliant and should be supported by this driver but is not listed bellow Just get the source code of this driver and do: Smart card middleware name and version Smart card reader manufacturer name and reader model name Smart card name Log Then you shall generate a complete log do not truncate it.
Solaris The lihux should work on Solaris. Mac OS X Leopard How to get support If you have a problem and want to get support from me you shall include the following information: First search the mailing list archives.
If you have not found a solution then subscribe to the Pcsclite-muscle mailing list and send your request to pcsclite-muscle lists. You can use an interactive reader selection tool at: FreeBSD The driver is available in the freshport.
Available binaries The drivers are also available as packages libccid. The URL of a linuux page describing the reader. A picture of the reader. Maybe your probem has already been reported and solved.
Contact me if you want to see the support of the above not yet supported features and you have a budget. In general a picture is already available on the manufacturer web page described above. Apple’s version of pcsc-lite installed with Leopard has many bugs and problems. If your reader is CCID compliant and you would like to add it to the list of readers I would also need: If you have general questions or bug reports you should use the Pcsclite-muscle mailing list.
I reused source code from other free software projects whose authors are: To build the driver you need to extract the archive and do: If your reader is CCID linuc and you would like to add it to the list of readers I would also need:. Reader selection You can use an interactive reader selection tool at: Kill any running pcscd process re start pcscd exactly as described bellow: Get the current source code from git If you are a C-language developper or you know what icvd are doingyou can also access the git developement version.
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