Gemalto IDBridge CT710 && Pinentry
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I notice that Gemalto IDBridge CT710 Estonia reader works very well for PT BasicCard but not on the lasted GnuPG smartcard V3.3.

What point of the source code should I start my research with?

Thanks
All the best

werner added a subscriber: werner.Apr 30 2019, 4:08 PM

Put

log-file /somewhere/scd.log
debug ipc,cardio
verbose

into ~/.gnupg/scdaemon.conf and kill scdaemon. Then look at the output. I would suggest to first stop the pcscd so that GnuPG's internal CCID driver will be used. Make also sure that there is no a permission problem with the usb port. In case of a CCID (card reader protocol) problem a

debug-ccid-driver

in scdaemon.conf will also be helpful.

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Thanks, WK
But before, I have a dumb question-> I need to connect the wires first, isn't it?
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change focus to the
'Thought of the Day',
"electricity is the one those few assets that is produced and consumed at the same time"

WK you command me to put the file scd.log somewhere.
I am trying to do it on the wires set "F103RB" from ARM (GeeNuke)

werner closed this task as Invalid.May 17 2019, 1:49 PM

Sorry, I can't parse that. For development question please use gnupg-devel at gnupg.org.

pow added a subscriber: pow.Oct 7 2019, 8:49 AM

Put

log-file /somewhere/scd.log
debug ipc,cardio
verbose

into ~/.gnupg/scdaemon.conf and kill scdaemon. Then look at the output. I would suggest to first stop the pcscd so that GnuPG's internal CCID driver will be used. Make also sure that there is no a permission problem with the usb port. In case of a CCID (card reader protocol) problem a

debug-ccid-driver

in scdaemon.conf will also be helpful.