gpg-agent ssh authentication sees non-existent key?
kgo at grant-olson.net
Tue Sep 14 22:34:31 CEST 2010
I'm using gpg-agent instead of ssh-agent on OS X with a smart card.
When I didn't have the card plugged in, it was falling back to the file
~/.ssh/id_rsa, which seemed reasonable, even though I didn't want to use
the old key.
When I moved the file, gpg-agent still seems to see it some how.
Please enter the passphrase for the ssh key
If I enter the old passphrase, I authenticate.
But the file doesn't exist:
johnmudhead:.ssh grant$ cd ~/.ssh
johnmudhead:.ssh grant$ ls -a
. id_rsa.old known_hosts
.. id_rsa.pub.old known_hosts~
I even rebooted to make sure that gpg-agent wasn't stashing a copy in
memory. Same behavior.
Did gpg-agent stash a copy of the private key? How do I delete that copy?
"I am gravely disappointed. Again you have made me unleash my dogs of war."
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