Anyone have any luck getting smartcards or CACs to work under 12.2?
On 09/28/2012 12:16 PM, Imaginos wrote:
> Anyone have any luck getting smartcards or CACs to work under 12.2?
i guess you mean http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Common_Access_Card
does this help:
read the section titled “Non-Windows support” on that page…it knows
all i know (because i had to google CAC), and i see links to
and btw: stand up straight!
Fascinating. I wonder if it works on a Windows trusted computer?
> and btw: stand up straight!
why is everybody in the office looking at me strangely now?
On 09/28/2012 04:27 PM, Dave Howorth wrote:
> why is everybody in the office looking at me strangely now?
maybe you clicked your heels?
Back under SuSE 11 I had Firefox working with the CAC using coolkey and pcsc-lite. Now it seems cackey is the way to go. I have access to sourceforge.mil and have searching/reading/trying solutions that I have found. Unfortunately, not getting anywhere yet. Was hoping to find someone who has gotten it working.
> Was hoping to find someone who has gotten it working.
wish i could help more…
No sweat. Different hardware this time around too. Additional headache is the reader is a Texas Instruments PCI6515 SmartCard Controller. Haven’t found anything positive with this reader.
On 09/30/2012 10:06 PM, Imaginos wrote:
> Texas Instruments
you might try nosing around in TI.com–maybe find a forum where some of
their linux hackers (they MUST have some/plenty) hang out…i bet their
laptops/desktops get into the secure TI nets without having to boot
though fragile Windows…