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emit card id on Ivy software bus

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omnikey2ivy emit card id on Ivy software bus [1].

Bus adress can be specified with “-b” command line option or environment variable IVYBUS.

Message from are “Id cardnumber), for instance : “Id 020408DD”.

[1] http://www2.tls.cena.fr/products/ivy/

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Install on Ubuntu

Caution: non-free packages are needed to run this app. Thus this procedure enable non-ubuntu (universe) and non-free (multiverse) software repositories.

# Add universe and multiverse repository

sudo software-properties-gtk -e universe

sudo software-properties-gtk -e multiverse

sudo apt-get update

#install driver and dependencies

sudo apt-get install libpcsclite1-dev pcsc-omnikey python-serial python-pyscard python-setuptools

#install omnikey2ivy bridge

sudo easy_install omnikey2ivy

# Tested on: Ubuntu Lucid (10.04) LiveCD with Omnikey5321

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