mmercer at twinprime.com
Wed Nov 4 02:03:22 CET 2015
I have both yubikey and "cryptostick" (now called NitroKey), and both
behave the same way.
I have not configured them for OTP/U2F or any of their other supported
methods/protocols, only use them for ssh authentication, for now.
For OSX, its simply install gpg-tools via brew cask install, ( no changes
to the actual package, it just bundles it and makes it a cli install
instead of having to go, download, etc). OSX is a slightly older version
though (2.0 branch).
I'll try the gpgconf reload scdaemon in a second.
Marc Mercer | *DevOps Architect*
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On Tue, Nov 3, 2015 at 4:48 PM, NIIBE Yutaka <gniibe at fsij.org> wrote:
> Hello, Marc, thank you for your time.
> On 11/04/2015 09:22 AM, Marc Mercer wrote:
> > Manufacturer .....: Yubico
> OK. That's Yubikey. I'm going to reproduce with Yubikey. (My claim
> in the previous mail (saying no problem) is not for Yubikey, but other
> Yubikey has applications other than GnuPG. For authentication, there
> are OTP and UDF. I think that it is likely those features interfere
> Do you install some other packages for OTP/UDF/PIV? Are there any
> difference between your Fedora and Mac OS/X with regards to
> OTP/UDF/PIV usage?
> > Unfortunately, I cannot get scdaemon to output any debug logs. I have
> > adjusted the path, killed and restarted the scdaemon (or rather, let gpg2
> > restart it), etc. No output data via that medium. (Have used
> > /var/run/user/myuid/scd-debug.log, ~/.gnupg/scd-debug.log and a few
> > others, no change -- no logs)
> Actually, killing scdaemon is a bit difficult (we need to invoke kill
> two times). If it's 2.1.x, please do: gpgconf reload scdaemon
> Also, let me try with my Yubikey.
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