guillaume.yziquel at free.fr
Wed Jun 27 11:51:16 CEST 2007
James Davis a écrit :
> Guillaume Yziquel wrote:
>> I think the scdaemon you're talking about is:
>> root 3672 0.0 0.1 17948 1380 ? Ssl 10:20 0:00 /usr/sbin/pcscd
> No it's gnupg's smartcard daemon which really is called 'scdaemon'. It
> appears that you're using the smartcard through the PCSC service. I
> believe that it's preferred that you use gnupg's internal CCID driver.
> I'd see if you can use the internal CCID driver; but you might want to
> see if restarting pcscd helps at all.
No it does not. I just tested it, and I still have the same problem...
And killing pcscd tursns off the little green LED on my smartcard reader.
However, a ps fauxw yields (everything on this mail has been done in the
same chronological order as the reading order):
> yziquel 3881 0.0 0.1 13988 1028 ? Ss 10:16 0:00 /usr/bin/gpg-agent --daemon --enable-ssh-support --sh --log-file /home/yziquel/var/log/gpg-agent.log
> yziquel 5825 0.0 0.1 18780 1456 ? SL 10:47 0:00 \_ scdaemon --multi-server
So I guess I am also using scdaemon. Even if up to know it seems that
things were going through pcscd, since I'm not able to sign an email
since pcscd got killed.
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