Status changed to Confirmed 4. Failed run of CCID 1. No upgrade log present probably fresh install dmi. Edmund Laugasson ed-lau wrote on I tried two of them with the same result, so it’s not a flaky card either.
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Changed in linux Ubuntu: That output above aau9520 what happens without touching the card or running an application – it just sits there with Card present, as soon as I do something like ‘opensc-tool -l’ – the card is “absent” and then it eventually loops back to present.
Rather exceptional successful run of CCID 1. Status changed to Confirmed. But in the case of the HP we have: I’m not touching mocro card and as shown in comment 3, it keeps appearing and disappearing. To post a comment you must log in. I’ve verified this with Why does powering down a present card is a problem?
AU9520 is a highly integrated single chip, USB Smart Card reader controller。
Comment on this change optional. Daniel Manrique roadmr on I ran ‘opensc-tool’ three times during this debug run. It may be possible to make the driver work with this reader. Hello Anthony, the hardware configuration of this system,is refreshed, thus this CID is deprecated.
Comment on this change optional. You need to log in to change this bug’s status. Joseph Salisbury jsalisbury on The file browser will pop out.
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Log showing how sporadically the card comes and goes Edit 1. To post a comment you must log in. Anthony Wong anthonywong wrote on Chris J Arges arges wrote on Comment 23 features the HP laptop. The PIVKey card works fine in the reader. You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications.
Bug # “Alcor AU not recognized by libccid > ” : Bugs : linux package : Ubuntu
Ludovic Rousseau ludovic-rousseau-gmail wrote on You need to log in to change this bug’s status. The reason seems to be the eject event is not being sent through dbus. You version is quiet similar to https: Remove the pre-inserted card. I will try to find a Alcor Micro AU reader and to tests.
That is exactly what happens. Your reader firmware is newer than the one I have at http: Status changed to Confirmed. Ludovic Rousseau ludovic-rousseau-gmail wrote on