:-(( Re: smart card no longer works
tristan.santore at internexusconnect.net
Sat Sep 10 14:55:58 CEST 2016
On 10/09/16 14:27, Philip Jackson wrote:
> On 10/09/16 06:27, NIIBE Yutaka wrote:
>> I don't have any experience with this error behavior. Please describe
>> the situation and the interaction; Did you input passphrase and push
>> [OK] button, and then gpg failed?
>> Please try again with pinentry-curses and/or pinentry-tty. Does it work?
> I don't think the pinentry is the problem. I have tried several versions
> and no matter if I enter the pin via dialogue box or on the command
> line, the result is the same.
> I verified the pin using gpg --card-edit & it is ok.
> I think the problem must be more connected with how I introduced my
> secring and pubring to the new distro installation when I installed
> ubuntu 16.04
> I have tried reverting to my old secring.gpg file from before starting
> with the smartcard (back in 2014), the one with the full key and not the
> 'stubs'. This enables me to run the file decrypt command but of course
> I have to enter the old full passphrase rather than the six digit pin of
> the smartcard.
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This sounds like a bit of an issue I had with my Omnikey 38xx. I had a
similar issue, where it always claimed the pin was wrong. I installed
the omnikey drivers.... and then restarted PCSD. But I was using the
pinpad on the device itself. Maybe your issue is different, depending on
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