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RE: [Muscle] Testing Smartcard Reader question..
From: jp (jp0rignalyahoo.com)
Date: Fri Apr 01 2005 - 00:09:51 CST
> I could make it work. I mean I could test a smart
> card through "pcscd" application.
> I have tested the card in the following way..
> >$ pcscd -f -d stdout
I suggest you two additional hints I learned week
1, add option -a to pcscd startap. This enable
you to show PDU exchange.
2, change default debug level from 3 to B
in driver config file
where $pcsc is /usr/lib or /usr/local/lib
> Then when I have inserted the card in the card
> reader, I've got the output on the terminal.
After changed I suggested to you you will see
even more info there.
> Now, I'm planning to write a sample application that
> would read from and write to the card. Could you
> suggest me a starting point for this please?
I think simpler way is reading API spec, because
there are some code snippet illistrations.
Of course, only if you want to use C-language.
BTW, inside CCID driver source is directory examples/
where you can find demo application "ready-to-use".
I know nothing about others APIs.
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