I am on Fedora 34.

I use Gnucash and its online banking interface aqbanking. I am trying to get it to interact with my chip card reader. But aqbanking tells me "libchipcard or its plugins" are missing.

I would like to know: where do I find this package, how to install it on Fedora?

An Update: the package is now available for review on Fedora - but it is not yet an accepted package. See https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=2035958

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Think you'd need to build from source:

git clone https://git.aquamaniac.de/git/libchipcard

Source: https://www.libchipcard.de

  • yes, I intuitively went for this approach as well. But building it and the other 2 packages from source, and using make install to get them into my system, gets me an unfortunate result: as soon as libchipcard is accessed, aqbanking crashes
    – ingli
    Sep 13, 2021 at 7:17

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