Re: Coolkey on CentOS

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For those who have access to MilForge, there are rpm's there that I
have successfully installed (with --nodeps, it requires idfgate) on
Fedora13, and it works fine with firefox. I will be trying it on
CentOS5.5 this week and will follow up.

John C..

On Sun, Sep 12, 2010 at 6:06 PM,  <dsm42@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> As we're getting more people with 144k CACs, I was interested in getting the
> patched version of Coolkey running on CentOS 5.5 (since the CentOS project
> itself won't have it until RHEL pushes it out).  I took the SRPM from
> Rawhide (coolkey-1.1.0-16.fc14.src.rpm) and was sucessfully able to rebuild
> and install it on CentOS using the following steps:
> $ rpmdev-setuptree
> $ rpm -ivh --nomd5 coolkey-1.1.0-16.fc14.src.rpm
> $ cd ~/rpmbuild/SPECS
> $ rpmbuild -bb coolkey.spec
> $ cd ../SPECS/i386
> $ sudo rpm -Uvh coolkey-1.1.0-16.i386.rpm
> When I run Firefox, with the Coolkey module loaded, Firefox crashes within a
> couple of second of inserting a CAC into the reader. I see this with both a
> 144k CAC and an older card that works fine with the regular CentOS Cookey
> package.  When I ran Firefox from the command line, I saw the following
> error:
> firefox: slot.cpp:2258: CKYStatus Slot::readCACCertificateAppend(CKYBuffer*,
> CKYSize): Assertion `mOldCAC' failed.
> /usr/lib/firefox-3.6/ line 131: 16021 Aborted
> "$prog" ${1+"$@"}
> I don't recall offhand how to get Coolkey to output a debug log, but I can
> do that if it would help.  Any other suggestions would be welcome.
> I have had success with using OpenSC 0.11.8 and 144k CACs, however I have
> one particular user that, for some reason, I can't get OpenSC to recognize
> his card reader, though Coolkey recognizes it just fine.  But since he has a
> 144k CAC, the card itself doesn't work.
> Thanks,
> David
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