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From: abhijit d niwalkar (n_abs1rediffmail.com)
Date: Sun Aug 03 2008 - 22:55:00 CDT
I am integrating Gmalto smart card with ARM-Linux.
Host machine Kernel version: 2.4.21
ARM-Linux kernel version: 2.4.27
Gmalto Card reader : PCSC supported USB card reader.
Basic Steps which i followed
Compiling libusb for generation of the libusb supported file.
Compiling CCID driver for PCSC
Finally compile PCSC
I download respective files from net and compile with redhat linux with normal GCC and found that it working smoothly.
When i cross compile the same i found that CCID and libusb giving me problem during "make" but they smoothly configure.
The same tar file i use and compile for redhat linux 2.4.21 and found that it is able to detect reader.
In the configuration ./configure both CCID and LIBUSB working fine. However these fail while "Make all ".
Recently i found that while compiling LIBUSB with normal gcc creates respective lib folder which is not formed while cross compilation with ARM linux.
As per my knowledge i am making some mistake during the configuration.
If any one having expertise please guide me to resolve the problem.
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