OpenPGP card and poldi-ctrl
alphazo at gmail.com
Sat Nov 27 08:31:13 CET 2010
Poldi tutorials are outdated. The new versions is configured
differently. Poldi 0.4.1 works flawlessly with my Cryptostick token (OpenPGP
card V2) for PAM authentication
I used the default /etc/poldi/poldi.conf
Added one line to /etc/poldi/localdb/users with CryptoStick's serial number
(get it from gpg --card status | grep Application) :
And they dumped the public key from my Cryptostick into poldi local db:
*sudo poldi-ctrl -k > /etc/poldi/localdb/keys/*
The rest is pretty standard as it requires to modify pam configuration
files. I keep the possibility to log in with password for the moment so I
just added in /etc/pam.d/gdm /etc/pam.d/login /etc/pam.d/sudo
*auth sufficient pam_poldi.so*
That's it really!
One more thing, for better stability I recommend to disable opensc daemon
when using Cryptostick. I had it enabled because I was playing with a
PKCSC#11 token and got all sort of problems. I also had opensc-pkcs11.so
module loaded in Thunderbird that had a tendency to restart opensc daemon
also. So best is to disable it too.
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