GemPC Card setup on Ubuntu

Two days ago I bought Gemplus GemPC Card reader for PCMCIA.
It was detected, by kernel and dmesg reported the following message:

The problem was that I need this card to be bind to some serial port. It took me two days and reading many useless results from Google. Suddenly, I decided to look deeper to this issue and found that it is common issue for PCMCIA devices on Linux – they are not bind to any serial port. The same problem was for modems.
So, I looked into the file /etc/pcmcia/config.opts and found the following strings:

Command setserial -g /dev/ttyS[0123] reported that all four serial ports are reserved. I decided to comment out string 2-4, so that it looked as following:

After reboot, dmesg reported the following information

Edit /etc/reader.conf.d/libgcr410 file as following:

Execute the following command:

Estonian id-card center provides software also for Linux. So, people, who have Estonian id-card, can execute ID-card utility and it will look as following:

diagnostics report the following info:
Locale: English

ID-card package version: 3.4.3759.322-ubuntu-10-10
ID-card utility version: 3.4.3759.254-ubuntu-10-10
OS: Ubuntu 11.04 (32)
CPU: model name : Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU T7300 @ 2.00GHz

Library paths: /usr/lib/qt4/plugins;/usr/bin
Libraries:
libdigidoc 3.4.3759.252-ubuntu-10-10
libdigidocpp 3.4.3759.288-ubuntu-10-10
openssl 0.9.8o-5ubuntu1
libpcsclite1 1.7.0-2ubuntu2
opensc 0.12.5217.250-ubuntu-10-10
QT (4.7.2)

PCSC service status: Running

Card readers:
* GemPCTwin serial 00 00
ID - [id-number]
ATR - [hash]

Browsers:
firefox 5.0+build1+nobinonly-0ubuntu0.11.04.2