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From: bk (bk390934_at_skynet.be)
Date: Thu Feb 06 2003 - 01:54:01 CST
GNU dbg with the kdbg GUI (KDE desktop environment-.
"configure" build options:
On Thursday 06 February 2003 02:17, jipi wrote:
> Just a curious question, what debugger are you using?
> And what options did u use if u compiled pcsc-lite-1.1.1 sources?
> bk390934skynet.be wrote:
> > Thanks for the tip. I tried it but it didn't confirm whether the daemon
> > actually searched for the bundles.
> > When I use a debugger I noticed that the function HPSearchHotpluggables()
> > is empty and simply returns .
> > Ehm, bundles are not implemented yet or what?
> > On Monday 03 February 2003 15:54, Gareth Bowker wrote:
> >> I've just started (today) using the ACS 30 and found your message after
> >>finding the MUSCLE mailing list about an hour ago and looking through
> >>the archive. Where, exactly, are you up to?
> >>I've managed to get the bundle picked up (by putting the directory
> >>acsAcr30.bundle in /usr/local/pcsc/drivers). As I couldn't tell where it
> >>was meant to go, I used strace to trace pcscd and find out where it was
> >># strace /usr/local/sbin/pcscd -f -d stdout
> >>then search for all the open() calls.
> >>However, I'm now trying to work out how to get it to open the USB rather
> >>than the serial. If anyone can help me out (or point me to the code that
> >>deals with reader.conf) then I'd appreciate it.
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