Description of problem: the 64-bit version of Fedora 13 does not identify the Active Card Reader SCR331. Fedora 13 32-bit version does. Fedora 12 64-bit version does.
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. plug the Active Card Reader SCR331 into a USB port
2. insert a smart card into SCR331 reader
SCR331 reader should have flashing LED when smart card is inserted.
Desktop Panel should provide indication that a smart card has been inserted
worked on prior 64-bit versions since Fedora 8 with same exact system.
I think udev is responsible, but not sure.
pcsc doesn't use any special kernel drivers. Are you sure you have the pcsc-lite package installed?
I originally considered the problem to be with pscs-lite vs udev. The system has pscs-lite-1.5.5-4.fc13.x86_64 installed.
You'll probably need to debug udev by editing /etc/udev/udev.conf and setting udev_log to "debug". If you have a working 32-bit system you should be able to set udev to debug mode there as well and compare the output from the two systems. You should also see kernel messages when the devices get plugged in.
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