Using a GnuPG CCID card in another computer
guru at unixarea.de
Mon May 15 19:25:12 CEST 2017
I have a GnuPG smart card OMNIKEY 6121 Mobile USB and configured its
use in my FreeBSD 12-CURRENT netbook, generated keys and I'm able to use
it to login with SSH into other servers (after moving the pub key to
the server into ~/.ssh/authorized_keys); the only tricky part was to figure
out how to enter the PIN behind 'ssh' --> 'gpg-agent' --> /usr/local/bin/pinentry
So far so good.
Now I wanted the same SIM in another FreeBSD workstation (at work), but when
I do use it there, for example with 'gpg2 --card-status', there is no key in the
card and as well 'gpg2 --export-ssh-key guru' does not know how to
export the key due to missing pub key.
Should I move the full content of ~/.gnupg as well to the 2nd computer?
And if so, why? I was thinking that all the key material (apart of the
backup) is on the SIM and I only need its PIN...
Matthias Apitz, ✉ guru at unixarea.de, ⌂ http://www.unixarea.de/ ☎ +49-176-38902045
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