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On 01/21/2011 03:51 PM, Lyall Pearce wrote:
Find attached the pcscd and pkcs11_inspect output for a successful run of the exact same ActivIdentity USB SIM on my 32 bit Gentoo Intel system, plugged into a USB Hub, not directly into the machine. I used the hub simply because it's on my desk and the machine is under the desk.
1. Please answer my question about your token. Is it a one cert CAC card? If you don't know at least tell me...
2. Thanks for the logs, but the one I really wanted was the coolkey log (using the instructions Jack sent).
3. I'd like to make sure I understand you correctly:
32-bit with USB hub works.
64-bit without USB hub does not work.
I've found the Hubs can be notoriously flaky, so if the failure case was with the hub, then I would say we should probably check swapping things around. It still may be worthwhile doing that, but I'm guessing not.
I'm still at a loss why 32-bit works and 64-bit doesn't. My theory is still a problem with only a single cert (though why 32-bit works is a mystery, so the theory is tentative).
There isn't a native 64-bit problem, since I normally test 64-bit rather than 32-bit myself.
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