Smartcard & reader with pin-pad: working combo?

Niels Laukens niels at
Fri Feb 8 11:53:05 CET 2013

On 2013-02-08 11:23, Hendrik Jäger wrote:
> Hello Niels
> On Fri, 08 Feb 2013 10:10:56 +0100
> Niels Laukens <niels at> wrote:
>> How likely is it that this is going to work? The card seems to be
>> supported by GnuPG, even for 4096RSA keys (which I plan to use).
> On the card’s page it says:
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> What makes you think it works with 4096-bit keys?


>> together with this reader: SCM SPR-332
> I bought this reader as well after I could not get the pinpad of
> "Gemalto PC Pinpad USB
> Reader" (
> to work with GnuPG.
> It works just fine and (almost) out of the box, at least on Debian
> Linux.

That's good to hear. thank you!


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