Okay, my mistake. Try to run sudo pcscd instead of pcscd in the terminal.bsbxl wrote: ↑Sun Dec 24, 2017 11:23 amThis is what I did this morning:
I uninstalled ccid, acsccid, pcsc-lite and eid-mw and rebooted the computer. Then I installed ccid, pcsc-lite and eid-mw again and rebooted. Ran pcscd in a terminal and started eid-mw: still no card reader found. So, ccid doesn´t seem to be the correct driver.
Again I uninstalled ccid, pcsc-lite and eid-mw and rebooted. Then I installed acsccid, pcsc-lite and eid-mw. Rebooted again and I ran pcscd in a terminal. Launched eid-mw and inserted my electronic ID but still no card reader was found.
In both instances the external card reader wasn´t found either.
bsbxl wrote: ↑Sun Dec 24, 2017 2:29 pmKyrios, first of all, thank you very much for helping me out and a I wish you Merry X-mass!
Thanks to your last reply I got the smartcard reader working! The output from lsusb indicated an Alcor Micro Corp. AU9540 smartcard reader installed in the T470. The winning combination was ccid + pcsc-lte + eid-mw and running pcscd with sudo.
How can I make sure pcscd runs everytime I start Solus? Should I just add it to the Autostart in the Budgie Settings?
Now that the smartcard reader problem is solved, anybody an idea how to get the FIBOCOM WWAN working? Thanks.
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sudo systemctl enable pcscd.service sudo systemctl start pcscd.service
Sorry for bumping my question back up again... The use of this WWAN card is important to me. Can anybody point me to a possible solution or another resource where I could search for a solution? Thanks.bsbxl wrote: ↑Tue Dec 26, 2017 10:39 amThanks to Kyrios's help, the smartcard reader is now up and running when I boot my laptop. Thanks!
Regarding the FIBOCOM L831-EAU WWAN card for wireless 4G internet access, I haven't been able yet to get that card up and running... I googled for Linux drivers for this card and found that it probably needs the mbim drivers. The software center shows that libmbim is already installed. Do I need to install additional drivers?
In another google search result (see: https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=100938 ) they speak of a bug in an update of the Linux kernel. However, that is about the 4.12 kernel and my Solus install is running the 4.14 kernel. When I boot the laptop in Manjaro i3 though, which runs an older kernel, the FIBOCOM card is detected. Could this be a kernel issue?