The main difference is that ia32-libs is no longer available, which makes it much harder to figure out dependancies.
There is a lot of good information on the Ubuntu wiki for Nexus Personal, but since it tries to encompass everything, I find it a little difficult to follow. It's a good resource for debugging though.
The card reader that I have is a Digipass 920, so if you are using something else, you may need to change out the driver for the one appropriate for you device.
- Get the BankID application from https://install.bankid.com/Download?defaultFileId=Linux (the website blocks 64-bit Linux from the "regular" download procedure, so if you're downloading from that you need to use this direct link)
- Unzip the application
- Open a terminal and go to the directory that you unzipped the application to, and type in the following command (Please note that the version number will change):
- sudo ./install.18.104.22.16863.sh i
- Install the needed packages (pcscd:i386 is the driver, in case you need a different one)
- sudo apt-get install nspluginwrapper pcscd:i386 pkcs11-data:i386 libstdc++6:i386 libidn11:i386
- There will be quite a few dependancies (mostly for nspluginwrapper), just accept them
- Go back to the terminal and give the following command:
- sudo nspluginwrapper -i /usr/local/lib/personal/libplugins.so
- Start/restart Firefox, go to Tools -> Addons and check that you can see Nexus Personal under Plugins
- Give it a try, it should now work
Update: Confirmed to work also on Linux Mint 17, i.e. it should also work on Ubuntu 14.04.