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Thank You Patreon Sponsors - Your Patreon Dollars at Work

Thank You Patreon Sponsors!

We are using your generous sponsorship dollars for software and media licensing. Your patronage is greatly appreciated!

Currently, we are working on new tech videos on the YouTube YT channel, which is the new official media channel for unix.com.

daemon-media.com

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All the video clips in the new videos on our channel are from videoblocks.com. We are creating all videos with fully licensed, royalty-free content, included in the membership fees.

When we get more Patreon sponsors, we will more-than-likely upgrade to the "all videos, after effects and audio" annual fee.

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Thanks again!

FYI: videoblocks / storyblocks licensing agreement attached.
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ATR_ANALYSIS(1p)						   User Commands						  ATR_ANALYSIS(1p)

NAME
ATR_analysis - analyse a smart card ATR SYNOPSIS
ATR_analysis [ATRstring] DESCRIPTION
ATR_analysis is used to parse the ATR (Answer To Reset) sent by a smart card. The command also tries to find the card model using an ATR database stored in a text file smartcard_list.txt. The smartcard_list.txt file is searched in ./, /usr/local/pcsc/ and /usr/share/pcsc/ directories. Exemple: $ ATR_analysis '3B A7 00 40 18 80 65 A2 08 01 01 52' ATR: 3B A7 00 40 18 80 65 A2 08 01 01 52 + TS = 3B --> Direct Convention + T0 = A7, Y(1): 1010, K: 7 (historical bytes) TB(1) = 00 --> Programming Param P: 0, I: 0 TD(1) = 40 --> Y(i+1) = 0100, Protocol T = 0 ----- TC(2) = 18 --> Work waiting time: 960 x 24 x (Fi/F) + Historical bytes: 80 65 A2 08 01 01 52 Possibly identified card: 3B A7 00 40 18 80 65 A2 08 01 01 52 Gemplus GPK8000 BUGS
Maybe many bugs since I am not a ISO 7816 expert. FILES
smartcard_list.txt SEE ALSO
pcscd(8), pcsc_scan(1) AUTHOR
Ludovic Rousseau <ludovic.rousseau@free.fr> Version: 1.3 October 2005 ATR_ANALYSIS(1p)

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