Alex Mauer hawke at
Fri Oct 22 18:04:18 CEST 2010

On 10/22/2010 03:02 AM, Werner Koch wrote:
> The whole point of the ssh support is to replace ssh-agent: gpg-agent if
> started with the option --enable-ssh-support implements the
> ssh-agent-protocol and thus works with ssh and ssh-add.

> If you want to use an existing gpg key with ssh you need a way to put it
> into gpg-agent.  If you use smartcards then there is no need for this
> because gpg-agent does that of its own.

Why does it not do this on its own for non-smartcard authentication 
keys?  Shouldn’t they already be in gpg-agent?

—Alex Mauer “hawke”

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