On Sun, 2005-05-22 at 19:04 +0200, Andreas Jellinghaus wrote:
> On Sunday 22 May 2005 14:53, Torgeir Veimo wrote:
> > I'm looking for information about how to use an ikey3000 as a private
> > key keystore for openssh. I've installed opensc-0.9.6-2 and
> > openct-0.6.5-2 on a modified fc4test3 system;
> so far we don't have code to:
> - store a ssh key on a card
> - openssh smartcard code needs certificates, a key alone is not enough.
> so you can create a new rsa key on your card, create a self signed
> certificate, store that certificate on the card, download the public
> key in openssh format and use the card with openssh.
> the QUICKSTART file in opensc should have all the information you need.
Thanx! Have gotten a bit more into my head how it's supposed to work
now, but unfortunately, openssh-4.0p1 as default in fc4test3 doesn't
come comfigured with --with-sectok so I guess I need to install from
[torgeir@africa openssh-4.0p1]$ ssh -I 1 mail.hmm.com
no support for smartcards.
On Tuesday 24 May 2005 01:59, Torgeir Veimo wrote:
> Thanx! Have gotten a bit more into my head how it's supposed to work
> now, but unfortunately, openssh-4.0p1 as default in fc4test3 doesn't
> come comfigured with --with-sectok so I guess I need to install from
I have no idea what --with-sectok does, but the right configure flag