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Fahrerkarte unter Linux

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Fahrerkarte unter Linux Web Site

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    Very basic tool to read data from EU driver cards. Seems to not be furture maintained and get it running only on an old ubuntu 10.04 LTS but on newer releases there are few broken dependencies in library versions. I was able to read my old driver card (from 2008) wich is rated as [e1] 183 but cant get data from the current one (from 2014) wich is rated as [e1] 228 . Tested with SCM SCR331 card reader in VirtualBox environment. .DDD-File from old card can be imported to TachoPlus without issues. .DDD-File from the newer card is incomplete (not empty) and TachoPlus reports "signing issues". Has many bugs with charset encoding at filename handling eg. on names with umlauts. This is a very useful application but needs a lot of rework to be usable again. 5 Stars because I think the project's goal is excellent!

    Posted 02/23/2015
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2009-03-05

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