Talk:Estonian ID-card

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Error: target not found

Sorry. I said that I was not able to install. There was an error:

 error: target not found: xsd=3.3.0

But I got the FF browser plugin working so I'm happy.

There should also be chrome fix here. I hear it can be done but don't know how. Some file need or something like that. —This unsigned comment is by Hkirsman (talk) 09:05, 16 December 2014. Please sign your posts with ~~~~!

Hi! I don't know what the ID-cards you are using in Estonia, but the Chrom{e,ium} browser does not mentioned neither in article nor in description of esteidfirefoxpluginAUR. I think users should expect that this intended to work only with FF.
But, it will be very appreciated that if you will find the solution then you will extend article with some instructions on how to make it work. Maybe some Estonian forums and/or technical support of AS Sertifitseerimiskeskus will help you.
PS. Please don't forget to create a new section with == My Section == when starting new discussion. — blackx (talk|contribs) 06:26, 16 December 2014 (UTC)
PS2. And please sign you posts with ~~~~ as noted above the text area on edit page! — blackx (talk|contribs) 06:29, 16 December 2014 (UTC)
Hi! For your information, there is a Chrom{e,ium} plugin for eID, called `chrome-token-signing`, though I still have struggle to make it work with my eID. I'll probably write my experience and how to use it once I have figured out all the bits!
Raitobezarius (talk) 10:09, 10 October 2016 (UTC)
Ryan Lahfa

eID with +id Smart Card is not working

Hi there,

I have followed this guide to use my eID and the smart card reader given with it.

It seems that CCID and other drivers does not implement the good vendor id / product id in the Info.plist XML file for this smart card reader : http://www.pluss-id.com/ — or at least, the "latest version" of it (I received it ~ 1 week ago).

The solution provided by the technical support was verbatim :

> In this file you’ll see three arrays: vendors (VID), products(PID) and product names. > Then you have to add ALL three items into appropriate arrays:

> -into first(vendors) array : <string>0x076B</string> > -into second(products) array: <string>0x3a21</string> > -into third(names) array: <string>Desired name </string>

> It’s important to keep the same positions of items in every array, so basically you can put new items on the beginning of arrays.

Basically, inserting a new couple of recognised device in the CCID driver.

I would like to edit the Archwiki to reflect this problem AND suggest a change either in CCID OR an AUR package patched.

Moreover, I shall say that qesteidutil is having crashes with my eID according to this issue (that I reported) : https://github.com/open-eid/qesteidutil/issues/8

I'm pretty new to Archwiki and wanted to know if some people had opinion on what should I do ? (or criticism).

Raitobezarius (talk) 10:06, 10 October 2016 (UTC) Ryan Lahfa