The chump is stumped! I'm having problems with kscreenlocker when unlocking
with a pin for a smartcard. I've already reported the bug on bugzilla and on KDE's
bugtracking system, but no one has touched them for more than a week. Maybe
I can find help here?
First, the smartcards work with KDM for console logins, it's only kscreenlocker that fails.
So the reader, pcscd, libcoolkey, and pam_pkcs11 all work. Everything also works on
Running pam_pkcs11 in debug mode shows kcheckpass calling pam_pkcs11, but fails
to find a certificate. kcheckpass is apparently a component of kscreenlocker.
So I looked to upgrade kscreenlocker from KDE:Frameworks5 (RPM) but hit a failed
libQt5Core.so.5(Qt_5.11) dependency. I'd rather not mess with the guts of KDE
at this time, are there any alternatives? Maybe use a different screen locker?
Any suggestions? I contacted a developer listed on github for kcheckpass but
was rebuffed for having the audacity to try to directly contact him. He hadn't
touch it for years anyway...
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