The test 04_algo.sh suggests that an algorithm should also be identified by its number (this is the old way). Since we upgraded the commandline interface to accept the names of the algorithms the support for the old way that used numbers had been removed. However, we should stay compatible with the old method to keep legacy scripts of customers working. - Check if the given parameter that references tha algorithem is a number. If yes, us it, otherwise lookup the number by the given string name. Change-Id: Ib41e4870d05820b6967f648eeeba416113bbc120 Related: OS#3376
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This repository contains a python language utility to configure the vendor-specific parameters of sysmoUSIM-SJS1 programmable USIM cards.
For more information about the sysmoUSIM-SJS1, please see the related user manual
The sysmoUSIM-SJS1 is programmable and Java capable USIM card. Not all commands are known yet and this page should grow over time. Each card is using a separate ADM1 key and the default configuration is hacker/developer friendly (fields being writable, reduced security for installing applets to have more quick development cycles).
The cards are available from the sysmocom webshop
- To run, http://pyscard.sourceforge.net needs to be installed;
- You may also need to install the pcscd service.
apt-get install python-pyscard pcscd systemctl start pcscd