CARDMAN 3821 DRIVER

I use this feature to provide a localisation of the strings depending on the LANG environment variable. It contains a library with C functions that allows you to show custom text on the screen of the pinpad – exactly what you asked for. I already contacted Omnikey, and they provide a secure pin entry api, which contains methods like SCardWriteDisplay. You don’t have a “display text” or equivalent. By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie Policy , Privacy Policy , and our Terms of Service. On Wed, Oct 22, at 3:

Uploader: Yolabar
Date Added: 18 April 2005
File Size: 69.21 Mb
Operating Systems: Windows NT/2000/XP/2003/2003/7/8/10 MacOS 10/X
Downloads: 35993
Price: Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]

I’m going to try this api, and let you know my results.

Free forum by Nabble. On Fri, Oct 17, at Sign up using Facebook. I wanted to know if someone had tested the display functionality with the given reader and found out it does not work according to the CCID spec or has some firmware issue or so.

DriverMax – Smart Card Reader – OMNIKEY – CardMan Drivers Download

I thus believe the “trying to prompt some text on the display” could be interpreted as displaying SOMETHING on the display, such as the built in messages of the reader if available. So it should work out of the box. However, I can use this tool only when the reader is not in secure mode, during the secure mode the reader can only display texts predefined in the reader, which are displayed depending on the command and the language which has been set.

  DIMAGE 5400 DRIVER DOWNLOAD

Because I couldn’t find it. On Wed, Oct 22, at 3: I meant to say, that OpenSC does not make any attempts currently to set the message to be displayed during the PIN transactions see [1]. Is there an OpenSC tool using the display?

By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service. And you answered me that this functionality is not part of the CCID standard, and adviced me to contact Omnikey about it.

For example the Gemalto PC PinPad reader can be programmed to change the different texts in the reader memory. However, when the reader is in secure mode, it’s displaying nothing.

Can you help me to make the reader display the predefined text? Hello, Last week, I e-mailed with a question using the display of a Omnikey cardman Stack Overflow works best with JavaScript enabled. I use this feature to provide a localisation of the strings carfman on the LANG environment variable. You don’t have a “display text” or equivalent.

I only have a SPR with a display to test with.

Omnikey Cardman 3821 Pin Pad with Display

I already contacted Omnikey, and they provide a secure pin entry api, which contains methods like SCardWriteDisplay. But the reader may obey some proprietary commands via SCardControl to display text. It contains a library with C functions that allows you to show custom text on the screen of the pinpad – exactly what you asked for. It is indeed my goal to display arbitrary text on the display.

  HP OFFICEJET 6210XI ALL-IN-ONE SCANNER DRIVER DOWNLOAD

On Wed, Oct 15, at 9: The reader can be used via CCID. Sign up using Email and Password.

Smart Card Reader – OMNIKEY – CardMan 3821 Drivers Download

By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies. Post Your Answer Discard By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies.

Using the smart card reader screen to display arbitrary texts is not specified in the CCID specification. Maybe it is possible to interact with the display of the Omnikey cardman using proprietary commands.

Email Required, but never shown. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.

You should contact Omnikey to get some more documentation.