David Mueller wrote:
If you set the following environment variable, Coolkey will create a log file: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".
COOL_KEY_LOG_FILEIf 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. bob
On openSUSE, I also tried loading the opensc-pkcs11.so 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. Thanks, David Mueller =Search for products and services at: http://search.mail.com_______________________________________________ Coolkey-devel mailing list Coolkey-devel@xxxxxxxxxx https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/coolkey-devel
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