On Mon, 20 Nov 2017 08:56, g...@unixarea.de said: > I killed a running SmartCard Service on Win7 and tested GnuPG on a > Cygwin command line. It says:
Cygwin - I would not suggest to use this. We have no idea on whether the RNG does what we want it to do. The IPC mechanism and descriptor/handle passing may have surprising effects . There is a new gnupg 2.2.3 installer available, I better use that > $ gpg --card-status --debug-all --debug-level guru Smartcard access is done by scdaemon. Thus you have to modify or create scdaemon.conf: log-file tcp://192.168.x.y:42042 verbose debug ipc,cardio The tcp line is what I use to debug on Windows. On my Unix box I run watchgnupg --time-only --tcp 42042 so that I can work with the logs without resorting to strange Windows tools. After changing scdaemon.conf you should kill scdaemon; gpg-agent will start it as neede. Tetsing with gpg is okay, but you can also use gpg-connect-agent and then enter scd help to see all commands supported by scdameon. The "scd " prefix simply routes the rest of the command to scdaemon. scd help serialno shows you help for scdaemon's "serialno" command. scd serialno and runs the command which select the "best" appliication on the current card. If the OpenPGP card does not work, try you banking card - there is a simple application for the "Geldkarte" included. Salam-Shalom, Werner -- Die Gedanken sind frei. Ausnahmen regelt ein Bundesgesetz.
Description: PGP signature
_______________________________________________ Gnupg-users mailing list Gnupgfirstname.lastname@example.org http://lists.gnupg.org/mailman/listinfo/gnupg-users