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Re: [Muscle] getting started with ActivCard USB Reader v2.0
From: Andrew Pimlott (andrewpimlott.net)
Date: Wed May 04 2005 - 23:47:10 CDT
On Wed, May 04, 2005 at 06:25:38PM -0500, Todd Denniston wrote:
> > On the other hand, when I run xcard, Common Access Card shows up under
> > Tokens, and three keys are available (as well as a bunch of objects and
> > a PIN). So I was optimistic. Alas, when I loaded
> > /usr/lib/libmusclepkcs11.so.0 in firefox, an entry shows up for
> > "ActivCard 00 00", but the status is still always "Not Present". Any
> > ideas from here?
> > By the way, I have just gotten this atrocious program called ActivCard
> > Gold installed, and using its Card Explorer I can see the certificates
> > as well. However, when I try to add its libpkcs11.so to firefox, I
> > always get "unable to add module".
> This sounds familiar, and I did it using Schlumberger's CACTUS distribution.
> Get http://www.openssl.org/source/openssl-0.9.6.tar.gz then backup/'find the
> rpm' for all the files the make install will replace. build and install the
> openssl, you may also need to rebuild pkcs11, pcscd and the CAC bundle(for
> the darwin one).
Ok, I got openssl built from that source. It appears that the only file
in this whole business linked with openssl is libmusclepkcs11.
Unfortunately, when I rebuilt it linked to libcrypto.so.0 from openssl
0.9.6, I get the same result. (The ActiveCard Gold libraries don't seem
to use openssl at all, at least not dynamically linked.) I'm going to
keep tinkering, because with xcard working (I even used it to verify my
PIN), I know I'm close.
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