[xmlsec] Fwd: Use of full DistinguishedName in KeyName

Aleksey Sanin aleksey at aleksey.com
Mon Oct 24 13:40:27 PDT 2011

You definitely don't put the file path in the KeyName.

Sorry, I don't have much of experience with smartcards and openssl.


On 10/24/11 9:53 AM, Si St wrote:
> All right, would this as PATH be sufficient?(this is the smartcard CERT
> in question;the KEY, in proper, is hidden in the smartcard and cannot be
> detached from it;):
> <KeyName>/home/sigbj/gpg-des/newcorvus_cert_key/bpP83_S-cer.pem</KeyName>
> Xmlsec1 is still saying:
> func=xmlSecKeysMngrGetKey:file=keys.c:line=1370:obj=unknown:subj=xmlSecKeysMngrFindKey:error=1:xmlsec
> library function failed:
> func=xmlSecDSigCtxProcessKeyInfoNode:file=xmldsig.c:line=871:obj=unknown:subj=unknown:error=45:key
> is not found:
> func=xmlSecDSigCtxProcessSignatureNode:file=xmldsig.c:line=565:obj=unknown:subj=xmlSecDSigCtxProcessKeyInfoNode:error=1:xmlsec
> library function failed:
> func=xmlSecDSigCtxSign:file=xmldsig.c:line=303:obj=unknown:subj=xmlSecDSigCtxSigantureProcessNode:error=1:xmlsec
> library function failed:
> Error: signature failed
> Error: failed to sign file "Template_KOM.xml"
> The smartcard reader is blinking like a Christmastree and the
> commandline prompt is naturally hanging a short while during this
> process pointing to the contact openssl has with the card.
> How is this to be interpreted?

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