Failed to use GPG key for SSH

Caleb Herbert csh at
Wed Jul 12 15:10:22 CEST 2023

On Wed, 2023-07-12 at 13:55 +0300, Teemu Likonen wrote:
> Secret keys are missing from this keyring, tells the "#" mark. Text
> "sec#" means that the primary secret key is missing and "ssb#" tells
> the
> same about secret subkeys. Those should read as "sec" and "ssb",
> without
> the "#" mark, or "sec>" or "ssb>" if the key data is actually on a
> smart
> card.

That doesn't sound good. But I can decrypt and encrypt mail, and
connect to SSH, now that I've restarted gpg-agent.

Caleb Herbert

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