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[quote=ancientuser] Here's how I got the Estonian "ID kaart" (smart card for personal identification) running under K-Meleon. Maybe this instruction is helpful for other smart cards as well. I used the Estonian ID card's Mozilla support version 0.85rc (older versions should be more or less the same but library file names may vary). This is what I did (the smart card should be removed from the slot and K-Meleon and Firefox should be closed in the beginning): 1. Open K-Meleon. Go to Preferences -> Privacy & Security -> Encryption -> Manage Crypto Devices. Delete any appearances of modules with names containing "opensc-pkcs11" (for deletion, select the module and press Unload). 2. Install, if necessary, the smart card drivers. Install support for Mozilla (the latter for Estonian ID card can be downloaded from [url=http://installer.id.ee/media/ID-kaart-firefox.exe]http://installer.id.ee/media/ID-kaart-firefox.exe[/url]). Let the installer configure the support for Firefox if it wants to. 3. Open K-Meleon and go to "Manage Crypto Devices" again. Press Load and name the new module as [code] opensc-pkcs11 [/code] In the lower box, browse to the file C:\Windows\System32\onepin-opensc-pkcs11.dll ("Show hidden files" should be enabled in Windows Explorer to see this file, I think. As for older releases of Estonian ID-card support for Mozilla, I am not sure whether onepin-opensc-pkcs11.dll or opensc-auth-pkcs11.dll should be used. If you cannot find the file onepin-opensc-pkcs11.dll, use opensc-auth-pkcs11.dll). For other smart cards than the Estonian "ID-kaart", the respective smart card support library should be used, I guess. Then press OK. K-Meleon should say that a new module has been installed. 4. Just in case, restart K-Meleon again. You can now try to login to some site to check whether the ID card works. 5. If you use only one smart card with K-Meleon, you can also go to the address: about:config and find [code] security.default_personal_cert [/code] (if you do not have that entry, create a string entry with such name) and change the value to [code] Select Automatically [/code] Now K-Meleon won't ask for the certificate every time and will choose the certificate automatically. (I do not know what happens as a result of point 5 if you are using several smart cards in the same computer.) If something goes wrong, just delete the opensc... module in K-Meleon (Manage Cyrpto Devices) with Unload and try again.[/quote]
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