E-Voting in MacOS X Operating System
E-voting application or voter application works with the following MacOS X operating system versions:
OS X 10.4 works only with the old ID-card software. Help for installing ID-card software is available at: http://installer.id.ee/.
Installing voter application
KWhen you have downloaded the application in your computer, please check the compliance of its MD5 checksum to the checksum published in the web. Activate the program Terminal for that. To start Terminal, open Finder and choose Applications from the left pane, double click on Utilities and then double click on Terminal. A. A window will open with the command line:
Choose the catalogue where you saved the voter application. For that, enter the command:
Next the computer will display the command line:
Verify the voter application file. For that, enter the command:
Text "MD5 (rk2011.dmg) = " will be displayed, and after that a checksum consisting of letters and numbers, that has to be compared with the e-voting checksum in the web.
If the checksum displayed by the utility does not correspond to the one in the web, please contact the National Electoral Committee immediately and inform them of the possible attack. Do not in any case use this program for e-voting!
If the checksums are the same, you can start the application. Being still on the command line, enter the command:
A new window displaying the voter application icon "Valimine" (Voting) will open. Now you can close the program Terminal. Move the voter application icon to the catalogue Applications in the left-hand pane.
Start the voter application. Further instructions are available here.
Using a request mediator
If there is an error
If a fault in your computer or other technical equipment does not allow e-voting, you can vote in the traditional way, at the polling division.