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From: Ralf Schlatterbeck (rscruntux.com)
Date: Thu Dec 03 2009 - 02:11:24 CST
On Wed, Dec 02, 2009 at 05:51:15PM +0000, Joćo Poupino wrote:
> Ralf Schlatterbeck wrote:
>> The card you mention looks very good. Any pointers on the procedure for
>> applet download with gpshell?
> Please check this earlier post of mine .
OK, I see. I have earlier found this for the Cflex:
and compare this to the instructions on the opensc wiki:
These differ (and the second one does *not* work, I haven't tried the
first yet, my Cflex card is still in the mail).
So basically the gpshell commands are magic to me, I'm following recipes
so far. Any pointers on some good documentations that lets me cook my
> Is it available in ID000 (SIM) format, too?
>> We plan to use an USB-stick reader for SIM-Format cards...
> "SIM cutting service
> We offer a service to cut any smartcard purchased from our store down to
> the size of a SIM card (also sometimes known as a SAM.) for use with any
> SIM style smartcard reader."
Great pointer, thanks. The idea of having this cut out is nice, so far I
was always looking for cards that come in SIM format.
>>> If you want a precompiled applet, you can get it at .
>> I've found that. Unfortunately I couldn't find out what version of
>> the applet that is. Any Idea how to find out?
> I would guess that it is the latest stable version (0.9.11).
Yes I was *hoping* that, too. What irritated me was the filename (I
would have expected CardEdgeCflex) and that led me to trying to build it
myself to be sure I had a version with the security fixes in.
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