Le vendredi 12 juin 2015, 17:56:04 Wouter Verhelst a écrit : > On Fri, Jun 12, 2015 at 10:08:35AM +0200, Alexandre Detiste wrote: > > Le vendredi 12 juin 2015, 00:59:51 Wouter Verhelst a écrit : > > > On Thu, Jun 11, 2015 at 12:38:29PM +0200, Bálint Réczey wrote: > > > > I see eid-mw is built on for i386 and amd64, while I assume it would > > > > build and work perfectly on arm* laptops and computers as well: > > > > https://files.eid.belgium.be/debian/pool/main/e/eid-mw/ > > > > > > > > Cheers, > > > > Balint > > > > I was curious, so I tried it on Raspbian's "almost-armhf" architecture > > & it works ! The java applet is a bit slow, but some embedded > > application would use some other language. > > Good to know. I haven't tried this myself (enough work with other > things), but it's interesting none the less. > > Did you try running the test suite? If not, try running > EID_ROBOT_STYLE=manual make check > in a checkout of the build tree. This should tell you a bit more about > how well things work ;-) > Hi, I see there are now armhf packages in the repository \o/ https://files.eid.belgium.be/debian/pool/main/e/eid-mw/ But these doens't work anymore for me (viewer say "can't detect e-ID reader"; even when run as root, same device work on amd64 desktop); will have to dig this a bit further. lsusb list the ACR38 device correctly > (if you do find a bug, patches are welcome...) Here I guess ? https://github.com/Fedict/eid-mw/ An other thing I miss is firstname.lastname@example.org could this made to work even for the non-official packages "bikeshed" packages ? Alexandre
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