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Re: Using Coolkey with cURL



On 09/28/2011 11:54 AM, Joel Odom wrote:
We've been trying to get CAC cards to work using cURL for some time
now, without a lot of success in doing so.  We recently heard about
Coolkey and thought that it may be able to do the job.  Is there any
information on using Coolkey / PKCS #11 with libcurl?  Thanks.
How is your libcurl built? If you build with NSS, then you should be able use coolkey/PKCS #11.

I think libcurl defaults to open /etc/pki/nssdb as the default NSS database. If you install coolkey using modutil, it should be available. The only issue is whether or not libcurl can prompt for a password.

bob

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