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From: Giuseppe \ (gpaternogpaterno.com)
Date: Thu Nov 19 2009 - 01:41:07 CST
On 11/18/2009 05:47 PM, Emmanuel Deloget wrote:
> My main issue is that I need the HAL daemon to run even if pcscd is not
> linked with libhal - because HAL is my currently my only way to retrieve
> the tty device that is attached to my reader (the reader declares itself
> as a serial USB device, and as such it's taken by the cdc_acm kernel
> module and I can't use libusb to read/write data to the reader ; I know,
> it's a bit painfull). Withou
I'm usually involved in authentication in the distro so please consider
the following as IMHO.
I think you should check out udev rules. with udevmonitor you actually
understand what device is connected where, therefore you can retrieve
the info you need. This is again something done for "plug&play". Udev
then notifies via dbus to devicekit.
It actually depends on you, if you want to go low-level, you might
consider udev, while in "userspace" devicekit might be better.
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