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- Dec 9 2020, 9:54 AM (155 w, 3 d)
Dec 14 2020
Quote from IRC:
hey, i've some problems with my smartcard since quite some time. i'm not sure whether it's openssh related or gnupg. it's a openpgpcard v2.0 and i have to workaround ssh logins by using "SSH_AUTH_SOCK=0 ssh ...". .gnupg/gpg-agent.conf -
gpg --edit-card and --card-status works fine and sign/encrypt works fine as well. only ssh auth fails
openssh 8.1_p1, gnupg 2.2.20
Yeah but it seems to be the same issue / reason. I wasn't aware that PKISSH is something else. I thought it was an extension/protocol or something
I was and I am using OpenSSH on both sides, client and server.
Well, I have no idea about the technical background to be honest but without this patch it doesn't work at all for me, unless I stop using the agent or workaround it by using SSH_AUTH_SOCK=0. With this patch, I can use the agent again. I don't know how many others are affected by this but it made it usable again, which wasn't the case for months already.
Dec 9 2020
I am affected by the same bug and the patch seems to work for me. Login via gpg-agent with ssh support is possible again, which wasn't before, since some openssh and/or gnupg update. Not sure.