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Geoff,Thank you for your help! I've been at this a few days and was getting pretty frustrated. The document you sent is perfect--exactly what I have been looking for. It contained the meaning of the error codes I was getting.
It looks like the cert is compressed, since it does start with a 1.Now for the part you just mentioned--if I am doing this at too low of level, I need to stop now--I don't want to make this harder than it should be. What include file does the pkcs11 interface for coolkey come in? I grepped the coolkey files cky* in my usr/include, and didn't see C_GetAttribute. I found it in coolkey.cpp, however it isn't in my include anywhere--do I need to be programming in C++, and if so, what do I need to include to access it?
Thanks for your help. Stephen Geoff Elgey wrote:
G'day, PS: you should also be using the PKCS#11 interface provided by Coolkey to access the CAC, rather than calling CAC at the APDU level. For example, calling C_GetAttribute function of an object on the card to get the certificate value. -- Geoff -----Original Message----- From: coolkey-devel-bounces@xxxxxxxxxx [mailto:coolkey-devel-bounces@xxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Stephen Hamilton Sent: Friday, 11 January 2008 12:08 AM To: Coolkey-devel@xxxxxxxxxx Subject: Smarcard application Greetings, I hope this is the right forum for my question, but if not, please let me know where I should look. I've been working on a program that will require smart card certificates and encryption, and since I have coolkey working in my Fedora 8, I decided to use the coolkey libraries to talk to my smartcard. I currently have a basic program to tell me my reader name, and I'm using CACApplet_GetCertificate to pull a certificate from the card, and it appears to work. However I can't figure out what format it is in--and this is one of the few functions that works correctly on my card (I get the 9000 apduRC success result). I also can't seem to find any API docs for coolkey. I'm currently using C, and including the cky_applet.h in my program. The smartcard is a DOD CAC card. I know this should be possible, since ESC is able to give me all kinds of information on my card to include the certificates. Any help is greatly appreciated--especially any small sample programs that use the cky_applet.h Thanks Stephen _______________________________________________ Coolkey-devel mailing list Coolkey-devel@xxxxxxxxxx https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/coolkey-devel
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