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Hi! Does anyone know if it's possible to use e-legitimation (bankid) on Linux Mint 64-bit?! When I go to install.bankid.com i says "Your platform Linux 64-bit is not supported. " ...
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    Linux Mint 64-bit bankid (swedish)


    Hi! Does anyone know if it's possible to use e-legitimation (bankid) on Linux Mint 64-bit?!

    When I go to install.bankid.com i says "Your platform Linux 64-bit is not supported. "

    I know it's possible if I install a virtual OS, but I prefer not to

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    Hello and Welcome!

    Seeing as it's a tar.gz file, have you tried to unpack and build the package?
    If so, what steps did you take? Did you get any specific errors?

    If you're unsure of how to install a tar.gz file, take a look here: http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/lin...tml#post344054
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    I don't really know where to find the tar-file..?

    I only tried to install it from the official website (install.bankid.com) and did only get the errormessage.

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    I haven't tried compiling it myself (since I don't need it on my computer ),
    But here's where I found the file.
    Attachment 4038Attachment 4039

    Save the file. Then follow the steps outlined in the page that I liked to previously.
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