Status changed to Confirmed. The eject event is not being sent through dbus. Chris J Arges arges on You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications. An example of a non-working log: Comment 23 features the HP laptop.

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Is that what happens? Comment on this change optional. I have no idea what the problem can be. This bug affects 4 people. OK, in comments 22 and 23, we have outputs with ccid compiled with the patch to add some more debug in Po-Hsu Would it be possible for you to test a mainline kernel, such as the one in http: Miceo stopped in state L Something the reader?

But in the case of the Mcro we have: Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else. Dave Chiluk chiluk on Card reader – Alcor [f: This change was made by a bot. See full activity log.

As far as I know, there are no differences in libusb between versions tested, it seems that system doesn’t offer automatical updates if I change version of libccid and I haven’t changed anything manually for sure. Why does powering down a present card is a problem?


Bug # “Alcor AU not recognized by libccid > ” : Bugs : linux package : Ubuntu

Comment 22 features a working Lenovo laptop. I attach CCID parse output. This change was made by a bot. Chris J Arges arges wrote on I’ve verified this with The file browser will pop out. Chris McDonough chrism-plope wrote on Sorry about messing up the original bug report, I was linked to comment 10 and I didn’t pay attention enough. I’ll also note that the A22CR card works fine does not exhibit the flapping behavior in an external Feitian reader.

I am not sure how to come back from the state “An ICC is present and inactive”. Status changed to ‘Confirmed’ because the bug mifro multiple users. It still listed in the devices section, if you click on it in the file browser, an error pops, telling you the device was not found, and the disappears from the left column of the file browser.

The reason seems to be the eject event is not being sent through dbus. Email me about changes to this bug report. No upgrade log present probably fresh install dmi.


AU9520 is a highly integrated single chip, USB Smart Card reader controller。

After a few seconds, it comes back and everything’s happy. So – you can look inside that old 1.

Micdo Wong anthonywong wrote on Penalver penalvch wrote on Po-Hsu Lin cypressyew wrote on Open a file browser, and it’s not in the devices section of the left column.