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Re: [Muscle] XCard documentation?
From: Carl Youngblood (carlyoungbloods.org)
Date: Thu May 13 2004 - 13:47:32 CDT
Ludovic Rousseau wrote:
>Your help would be greatly appreciated too. The software is free (as in
>free speach) but the support may not be free (as in free beer).
>Your sentence "I still haven't heard back from anybody" is a bit rude.
>People on the mailing list has no obligation to help you.
>If you need help I think you can propose a contract to some people here.
Sorry if I sounded rude. Of course nobody is obligated to help me but I
had hoped that the answer was short enough that some kind soul could
spare a few seconds to respond. As I gain experience with this field I
too will be willing to contribute my own expertise, just as I have on
many other free software-related mailing lists. At present I am unable
to pay for support but this may change in the future. Right now I am
doing some preliminary investigation and benchmarks before choosing a
specific reader or card.
Forgive me if I have already tried your patience too much, but I am told
by a GemPlus representative (Sunil Vasudevan) that the GemXpresso Pro V3
cards support 1024 bit keys, and yet I can't get XCard II to generate
anything but 512-bit keys. Was I misinformed? I completely understand
if you don't want to help anymore.
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