They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own. In other words, the problem is with the device on the pcmcia card and not with the pcmcia driver on the computer. Where exactly it’s bound to depends on detection. How do I bind the card reader to the driver? Help answer threads with 0 replies. At a mere 86 x 85 x 26 mm, the GCR will handle the card interface, while your computer supports and manages the applications. FCC part 15 Security levels Europe:
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That can give you a dependency tree. Something about “the reader being bound to a serial port” just doesn’t sound right. Make sure that the yenta module is loaded. The time now is When compiling a new kernel, it is best to run “make oldconfig” first. It’s like half detected, but still half undetected. CSA The cable supplied with the GCR allows the user to connect both the keyboard and the reader to the same port. Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free.
Problem with PCMCIA smart card reader
I just read something and came back to this post. For the first time, a solution is available that offers impressive possibilities at an exceptional price. This doesn’t happen on my own kernel build. I tried dmesg but Seriaal don’t think it showed anything. Instead I get a “driver not loaded” or something.
For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration. Again I’m guessing this is a problem since the device is supposed to be bound to ttyS0.
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Do you have the hal hardware monitor program? It will readily adapt to new smart-card services, as they become available.
BB code is On. I just find it weird that my kernel detects and binds the driver for the omnikey card reader just fine, but not the gemplus one.
This is despite pccardctl properly identifying the reader, which leaves me confused. Find More Posts by galapogos. If you have all of the devices you need and the device is detected, I’m betting that you need a udev rule to create the device node and the symbolic links to that node. Please visit this page to clear porr LQ-related cookies. Sorry for the noob questions, and thanks for the help so far.
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ChipDrive Smart card reader. So again, how do I accomplish this? Actually I seriao not install udev on my own kernel build, since it was adapted from a previous project that was using a 2. All times are GMT However, the pcmcia bus is a pci bus extension and not a serial bus.
Find More Posts by magwas. By joining our community you will have the ability to post seriql, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features. FCC part 15 Security levels Europe: Monitor the kernel messages while plugging the device in the Mandriva computer. However, the weird thing is that pkrt I run lspcmcia, I get a “driver not loaded” or some similar message when I insert the Gemplus reader.
Thanks for the reply.