[Tokend-Dev] Starting on the proper place?
ludovic.rousseau at gmail.com
Mon May 16 04:44:16 PDT 2011
2011/5/16 helpcrypto helpcrypto <helpcrypto at gmail.com>:
> Hello and thanks in advance.
> Sorry if posted on the wrong place.
> Apart from that, i apologize if theres any typo or misunderstanding,
> my english is as best as i can.
> Check the conversation (1 message) that lead me here:
> What ludovic sent to me, is a kind of bridge (That is expected to be
> included on OSX 10.7) from KeyChain/Tokend to PKCS11, which try to use
> all the pkcs11 libraries/files present on /usr/lib/pkcs11, to let
> Safari/Mail/etc. use my pkcs11 dylib to attack the smartcard.
> Im right? Im am absolutely wrong?
> I followed the instructions ludovic provide on his blog. i see theres
> a gemalto compiled version, but first i try to compile myself
> following http://smartcardservices.macosforge.org/trac/wiki/documentation/building
> I suppose, after compiling, it will generate a dylib or something that
> i can install/register on the system.
> So, hands on subject.
> "For example 10A432 is for Snow Leopard 10.6.0. 10C540 is for 10.6.2."
> Apart from that non-human notation, will a version compiled for 10.6
> work on 10.6.2? Actually im on a 10.6.7, so maybe all the following
> errors are due to this.
A build for 10.6 should work on any 10.6.x system.
> No one said what was this, but i installed macports and do "sudo port
> install darwinbuild +universal". Im use to "make"
darwinbuild is at http://darwinbuild.macosforge.org/
> That was going so well, until i get "ERROR: project not found:
> SmartcardCCID" when executing "sudo darwinbuild SmartcardCCID"
> Any idea?
> Then i read:
> $ cd /Volumes/BuildRoot_*/SourceCache/SmartCardServices/SmartCardServices-36160
> # darwinbuild -nosource SmartCardServices
> Are we compiling the sources for this computer, and replacing current
> smartcard service? wasnt tokend a proxy library?
> Anyway...i take the risk and invoke cd... and the darwinbuild lines:
> ERROR: please change your working directory to one initialized by:
> darwinbuild -init <build>
> Alternatively, you may set the DARWIN_BUILDROOT environment variable to the
> absolute path of that directory.
> Ok, it failed but im going to test if i got the packager tool
> sudo /usr/local/share/darwinbuild/packageRoots
> sudo: /usr/local/share/darwinbuild/packageRoots: command not found
> Now, i realize, that the manual/guide could be quite outdated.
> So, could you confirm this is a bridge, and if its, help me getting this work?
Yes, it is a bridge.
>>  http://ludovicrousseau.blogspot.com/2010/04/free-software-tokend-above-pkcs11-for.html
Dr. Ludovic Rousseau
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