I have no idea what the problem can be. Kip Warner kip on I confirm the reader firmware is bogus according to the output. Status changed to Confirmed 2. I have smart card reader built-into this laptop, however, whenever I insert a card – it’ll read it for a few seconds, then the USB connection to the reader gets powered down and thus the card disappears in the systems eyes. You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications. You version is quiet similar to https:
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Chris McDonough chrism-plope wrote on Joseph Salisbury jsalisbury on See full activity log. Please generates a pcscd log as in 2 but without starting any application.
Bug # “Alcor AU not recognized by libccid > ” : Bugs : linux package : Ubuntu
Successful run of CCID 1. The driver can’t do much to know this is not correct and must trust the reader. This change was made by a bot.
Po-Hsu Lin cypressyew wrote on First two times, it reported that there was a card in the system; third ‘No’. That is exactly what happens.
Po-Hsu Lin cypressyew on So – you can look inside that old 1. Daniel Manrique roadmr on There are whole generation of PC-s at schools, which are using that smardcard reader and it is really annoying bug as there are at least several tens of thousands PC-s using that smardcard reader and since there is needed to downgrade libccid to get that smardcard reader to work Then the cycle repeats again and again and again.
The eject event is not being sent through dbus ProblemType: For context I found the following thread which looked related: I’m not touching the card and as shown in comment 3, it keeps appearing and disappearing. Why does powering down a present card is a problem?
AU9520 is a highly integrated single chip, USB Smart Card reader controller。
Status changed to Confirmed 2. An ICC is present and inactive not activated or shut down by hardware error The last 01 is: Status changed to Confirmed 4. I can confirm, that if to downgrade onto 1. Comment on this change optional. Email me about changes to this bug report.
The main differences I see start after here in the log: The dmesg corresponding to device removal and power on was related to a BIOS option that does “Power on if card is present” vs “Always powered on”.
I have smart card reader built-into this laptop, however, whenever I insert a card – it’ll read it for a few seconds, then the USB connection to the reader gets powered down and thus the card disappears in the systems eyes.
Remove the pre-inserted card. Dave Chiluk chiluk on This change was made by a bot. Currently installed libccid in Ubuntu It may be possible to make the driver work with this reader.
Also affects HP Pavilion P6. No upgrade log present probably fresh install dmi.