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Re: [Muscle] Are Debian/testing files up to date?
From: Ludovic Rousseau (ludovic.rousseaufree.fr)
Date: Sat May 07 2005 - 08:50:57 CDT
Le Friday 06 May 2005 à 13:18:16, Bill Gatliff a écrit:
> I'm just getting started with MUSCLE, I'm trying to get a setup that
> will simply let me read and display ATRs from a few microprocessor smart
> cards. I'm running Debian testing on a Linux PC.
> I have available to me a number of smart card terminals, including the
> GCR412 and GCR432. I'm starting out with the ACOS1 smart card, but have
> several others available as well including a GEM-227.
> I'm running Linux kernel 2.6.8-2-k7.
> When I plug in the USB reader, I get this:
> usb 8-1: new full speed USB device using address 8
> But then nothing else. As if the system doesn't "recognize" it.
You need to install the driver if you want the "system" to recognise it.
For your GCR412 (I guess it is a GemPC 412) you need to use the Debian
For your GCR432 (I guess it is a GemPC 432) you need to use the Debian
By default these two drivers (and many others) are not installed in
> When I use the RS232 terminal and run muscleTool, I get this:
> muscle > version
> MuscleTool Version: 0.9.2
> Copyright (C) 1998-2002 David Corcoran
> Copyright (C) 2003 Ludovic Rousseau
> muscle > tokens
> ERR: ListTokens Failed (0x9C53 Service is not running)
This is a completely different problem. I don't know if your cards are
supported by the musclecard framework (used by muscleTool). I guess
they are not.
Since you are using Debian you may be interested by this  page.
Dr. Ludovic Rousseau Ludovic.Rousseaufree.fr
-- Normaliser Unix c'est comme pasteuriser le camembert, L.R. --
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