openPGP card: using a readers keypad instead of pinentry-qt
malte.gell at gmx.de
Thu Feb 12 14:45:26 CET 2009
Am Donnerstag, 12. Februar 2009 12:41:45 schrieb Werner Koch:
> On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 09:46, malte.gell at gmx.de said:
> > being a class 3 reader, my cardreader has a keypad and a display, but
> > gpg- agent still invokes pinentry-qt to enter the pin. How can I change
> > this to use the cardreader's keypad?
> Your card reader's keypad is not supported. See this comment:
> /* We have only tested a few readers so better don't risk anything
> and do not allow the use with other readers. */
> switch (handle->id_vendor)
I see. Are there such specific requirements by different card readers that you
are forced to individually test them for keypad support? Could someone who
owns such a not yet supported reader help you?
> You also need to use the internal ccid driver.
...in order to get keypad support? PCSC has proven to be most reliable to
me... I have not been able to get the CCID running. Does GnuPGs internal CCID
driver run with *any* CCID cardreader?
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