Open Source Consulting Domain Registration. Post your question in this forum. The yenta module is loaded, I see it there. At a mere 86 x 85 x 26 mm, the GCR will handle the card interface, while your computer supports and manages the applications. Smart card reader PCI with open pgp card.

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Do you have a file listing modules that should be loaded. Compare the initrd’s for each kernel. Look at any other gepmlus produced as well.

srrial Having a problem logging in? So again, how do I accomplish this? It will open up many possibilities, including: I just find it weird that my kernel detects and binds the driver for the omnikey card reader gempluz fine, but not the gemplus one. I went looking for documentation for serial devices in the kernel source.

All times are GMT CSA The cable supplied with the GCR allows the user to connect both the keyboard and the reader to the same port. Creating special device files and linking to them is what udev does now.

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In the kernel menuconfig I have enabled CM support, so this makes sense. Sorry for the noob questions, and aerial for the help so far.


I’m surprised that your reader uses a serial device and not one of the mmc modules. At a mere 86 x 85 x 26 mm, the GCR will handle the card interface, gekplus your computer supports and manages the applications.

Since you mentioned a serial port, seriap gain access to a serial port, one needs to be a member of the uucp group. However if it works in one kernel and not the other, then these entries are probably correct.

Do you have the hal hardware monitor program? The time now is The yenta module is loaded, I see it there.

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Also check the boot scripts. This compact card reader, designed to plug into a PC environment, is the ultimate smart card peripheral for a PC.

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. Actually I’m not loading them as modules but building them directly into the kernel. Then you can tweak your config in “make xconfig”. Having a problem installing a new program? If you need electronic commerce, home banking or e-purse facilities, secure computer access or any of a multitude of other applications, the GCR is the smartest answer.


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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. It may be a matter of whether the modules are loaded or not. Are you hemplus to LinuxQuestions.

That can give you a dependency tree. That sounds like what this device would use. That will copy your old config and use it as a model when starting out. Make sure that the yenta module is loaded. They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Seriial system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own.