I had the same behavior when I tried this on -current but it was working well
as supposed on -stable
Thus, my first thought was that the current version of the GnuPG 2 package was
the culprit, but to be sure I tried to see if I could access the smartcard to
discard first the drivers. So I installed the pcsc-tools package and tried to
scan the smartcard:
PC/SC device scanner
SCardEstablishContext: Service not available.
Now the error was clear, the pcscd daemon wasn't running. The solution was
easy, enable it and start it:
# rcctl enable pcscd
# rcctl start pcscd
And that's it! You need the ccid and pcsc-tools packages installed in order to
use a smartcard.
P.S. Anyway, both of us could have saved time and troubles if we had read the
readme file of the package in
where exactly this is explained and also there is an example with a Yubikey. My
bad, I'm starting with OpenBSD coming from a looong time on Linux and I don't
know all the OB' bolts and nuts yet ;)
El 7 de agosto de 2017 7:09:32 CEST, Carolyn Saunders <gigavi...@gmail.com>
>I have a Yubikey that I'd like to use for gpg and ssh purposes. Running
>"gpg --card-status" works as expected; it brings up the various keys
>attached to the device and other information. However, running "gpg2
>--card-status" just hangs, seemingly forever. What am I missing here?