If you intend to use MyPDFSigner with tokens stored in a smart card a fundamental requirement before using MyPDFSigner is to install the application provided by your card provider (this will install the drivers necessary to interface with the card using your card reader). Make sure the application works, i.e., you can interface with the card and check its certificates, before trying to use MyPDFSigner.
The Linux packages provided above were compiled against stock installations of Fedora and Ubuntu. Contact KryptoKoder if you need packages for different Linux distros or a different OS.
Note that the desktop application requires at least Java 8 to run.
These modules support PKCS#11 and PKCS#12 key stores. The desktop application should also be installed since it installs a shared library that these modules depend on. The desktop application also installs the command line utility mypdfsigner and is useful to create the configuration file (and to run the command line test example). The Python extension for Windows is included as part of the Windows desktop application (requires Python 2.7.*).
The modules provided above were compiled against stock installations of Fedora and Ubuntu, i.e., the versions of PHP, Ruby and Python were the default ones for those systems. Contact KryptoKoder if you need modules for different versions of your scripting language, different distros or a different OS, including AWS Amazon images.
MyDWFSigner is targeted at Mac OS X professional users of CAD products and in general requires a license to be used. Without a license it can only sign DWFx files that are less than 1 MB. To test signing DWFx files larger than 1 MB please use the evaluation PKCS#12 keystore that is shipped with the installer.
Currently the licenses for MyPDFSigner are also valid for MyDWFSigner. So if you need a license to use MyDWFSigner please purchase a MyPDFSigner license.