On Sat, 22 Feb 2014 18:48:53 +0100 "Julian H. Stacey" <j...@berklix.com> wrote:
> Alexander Leidinger wrote: > > A port at > > http://www.leidinger.net/test/pcsc-cyberjack.tar.bz2 > > > > I did this port not for the RFID reader, it's for another one. It > > may or may not work for you. > > Thanks Alexander !, I downloaded & installed on 9.2-RELEASE, [...] > I ran make package-recursive to make sure any dependencies are in > place, & installed security/pcsc-tools [...] > vi Info.plist > VendorID .. 0x0c4b same as mine > ProductID does not include my 0x9102 > do a quick hack in 3 blocks to add it. It may not be supported... did you check how it is supported in linux? > /usr/local/etc/rc.d/pcscd restart > pcsc_scan > Waiting for the first reader...^D > > Got to stop for now. Am I on course please ? >From something I wanted to finish and publish a year ago but didn't yet (the following is just a small excerpt): ---snip--- Then I installed security/opensc (smart card framework), devel/libccid (card reader driver for the Aladdin eToken PRO 72k and for my Cherry card reader), pcsc-cyberjack (a card reader driver for my "Reiner SCT cyberJack secoder" card reader which I ported to FreeBSD but which is not in the Ports Collection, as it does not support enough features you expect from a card reader), security/engine_pkcs12 (a plugin-in for OpenSSL so that it can talk directly with the smart card) and security/gnupg with the custom config option SCDAEMON (Smartcard daemon). As a dependency the pcsc-lite port (smart card reader framework) is installed, and the pkg-message tells to add some lines to /etc/devd.conf when USB card readers shall be used (so watch out and follow the instructions). As I am using the smart card in a jail, I had to modify those lines so that they execute the command inside the jail (I prefixed the command with "/usr/sbin/jexec <jailname> "). For opensc the sample config file /usr/local/etc/openct.conf-sample has to be copied to /usr/local/etc/openct.conf. ---snip--- The next thing in my "what I did" docs is the command which looks for the openpgp card in the reader, so I don't have more. So check your devd.conf for a suitable line for the pcsc-lite port. Bye, Alexander. -- http://www.Leidinger.net Alexander @ Leidinger.net: PGP ID = B0063FE7 http://www.FreeBSD.org netchild @ FreeBSD.org : PGP ID = 72077137 _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-usb To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-usb-unsubscr...@freebsd.org"