However, once I did, maybe it isn’t applicable. Sorry for the noob questions, and thanks for the help so far. That sounds like what this device would use. The time now is Here’s the output of some of the commands I ran pccardctl ident: Compare the initrd’s for each kernel.

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GemCore based PC/SC reader drivers

Instead I get a “driver not loaded” or something. 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.

Since it is working in Mandriva Monitor the kernel messages while plugging the device in the Mandriva computer. Where exactly it’s bound to depends on detection. Join our community today!

If the device on the card is detected properly, it seems that the PCMCIA interface is working and you need to work on the device that is on the card. Open Source Consulting Domain Registration. 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.


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I’m surprised that your reader uses a serial device and not one of the mmc modules. Find More Posts by magwas. New options are brought to your attention. Templus is beautiful At a mere 86 x 85 x 26 mm, the GCR will handle the card interface, while your computer supports and manages the applications.

I tried dmesg but I don’t think it showed anything. Find More Posts by galapogos. In the kernel menuconfig I have enabled CM support, so this makes sense.

This doesn’t happen on my own kernel build.

However, I’m still gempuls a few problems: Having a problem logging in? Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies. Also check the boot scripts. Last edited by galapogos; at Here’s gempllus output of some of the commands I ran pccardctl ident: Sorry for the noob questions, and thanks for the help so far.

This compact card reader, designed to plug into a PC environment, is the ultimate smart card peripheral for a PC. Note any kernel messages from devices you don’t have on the other machine. BB code is On.


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However, once I did, maybe it isn’t applicable. Actually I did not install udev on my own kernel build, since it was adapted from a previous project gemplue was using a 2. 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.

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The user needs no technical knowledge. 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.

If you need to reset your password, hemplus here. Or is there some other proper way of creating this device file.