Re: Coolkey and Adobe Reader

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David Mueller wrote:
Has anyone been able to get Coolkey to load in Adobe Reader?  The goal is to be able to use the certs on a smart card to sign PDFs.  I have tried Coolkey 1.1.0 Adobe Reader 7.0.9 on Gentoo, Fedora Core 5, and openSUSE 10.2, and with Adobe Reader 8.0.0 on Mac OS X.

On all of the cases, I get an error message "Could not load the PKCS#11 module".  On the Linux systems, it also states "Unknown error" and "Error Code: 570425392".
If you set the following environment variable, Coolkey will create a log file:

If you set the environment variable to SYSLOG, coolkey will log to the syslog, otherwise coolkey will take the value as a path and try to open a log file with that path.

You can at least see if adobe is successfully loading and calling coolkey.

On openSUSE, I also tried loading the module that is included with the default openSUSE install and got the same error, so it may be an issue with Adobe Reader rather than with Coolkey, but I thought I'd ask and see if anyone had gotten it to work.

I was able to get Adobe Reader 8 to work with smart cards on Windows XP, but those systems are using ActivClient, not Coolkey.


David Mueller

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