2016-09-20 12:18 GMT+02:00 Jan Prunk <janpr...@gmail.com>:

> Hello,
>

Hello,


>
> I am wondering if the smartcard reader "Precise Biometrics 200 MC" [1]
> managed to enter to the supported readers to be used with GnuPG on
> GNU/Linux systems now in 2016 ? Is there a guideline to follow for setting
> it up ? I have found a reference [2] where it says that this reader has
> been assigned to unsupported devices list [3] in the year 2010. I am
> wondering if anything has been changed in the last 6 years about that, and
> would it make any sense keeping this device for another year if there is a
> chance for any progress to be made or will it simply remain being
> permanently unsupported ? Could it maybe be used without a fingerprint
> scanner and only through a PIN entry entering mode from the PC ?
>

Have you tried to use the reader?
Does it work for you?

The problem is in the reader firmware. Maybe Precise Biometrics has fixed
the problem in a recent version of the reader.

There is no guideline to setup the reader. Just install the needed software
and connect your reader.

The article "Level 1 smart card support on GNU/Linux"
http://ludovicrousseau.blogspot.it/2014/03/level-1-smart-card-support-on-gnulinux.html
could help.

Bye


> 1 - http://precisebiometrics.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/
> ProductSheetPrecise200MC.pdf
> 2 - http://musclecard.996296.n3.nabble.com/pcsc-lite-ccid-
> Precise-MC-200-problems-with-T-1-td4543.html#none
> 3 - https://pcsclite.alioth.debian.org/ccid/unsupported.html
>

-- 
 Dr. Ludovic Rousseau
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