[PATCH] Fix typo in scdaemon reload command doc

Simon Josefsson simon at josefsson.org
Wed Oct 3 19:18:21 CEST 2018

NIIBE Yutaka <gniibe at fsij.org> writes:

> Now, I am testing previous revision of FST-01SZ prototype.  It has a
> hall effect sensor.  It's MCU is GD32F103TBU6.
> Here are photos:
> 	https://identi.ca/gniibe/image/8bsG_zEmStCGRONepwAk9g
> 	https://identi.ca/gniibe/image/HJ8m0jJnTVODZDdL1P7wCQ
> ZL-271 is a part for USB in China, this design is de facto standard in
> China.  Well, it doesn't have holes in bottom side.  I think it doesn't
> conform USB standard, mechanically.
> 	ZL-271:
> 	https://detail.1688.com/offer/566197153418.html

Hi.  In evaluating how to migrate from my current YubiKey nano, I
acquired some FST-01G's to experiment. I soon realized that I want the
device semi-permanently inserted in my machine, and the FST-01G is
simply too large (risk of breaking the circuit board if I carry my
laptop and hit something) and the above devices have the same problem.

What do you think of the Tomu hardware?


It is open source hardware, has a libre bootloader, but GNUK is not (?)
ported to it.  It is a small device, so it will require removing some
GNUK features to fit, but seems feasible.  It can fit in my USB port all
the time, like the YubiKey nano.

Is there any freedom/privacy/security advantage with the FST-01G
compared to Tomu?

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