Configuration to use gpg smartcards for ssh authentication
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README.rst

Generic ssh-gpg-smartcard-config

Configuring a gpg smart card for ssh authentication on Linux is non-trivial.

The Gemalto USB Shell Token

To obtain the the Gemalto USB Shell Token (v2) visit https://www.floss-shop.de/en/

Items needed:

  • Gemalto USB Shell Token (v2)
  • OpenPGP SmartCard V2

Click Here for the instructions on configuring the Gemalto USB Shell Token for ssh authentication.

The YubiKey Neo

Click Here for the instructions on configuring the Yubikey NEO for ssh authentication.