GPG is pretty fiddly to work with in the command line (you’re generally better off using something like Enigmail in Thunderbird), so here’s an overview of the various functions.
gpg –card-edit gpg> admin Admin commands are allowed gpg> url Note: you can also edit name, PIN, lang, sex etc. Handy resource: http://aeriagloris.net/2013/09/23/setting-up-gpg/
How to move your PGP private key across to a smartcard using gpg for Windows: gpg –edit-key Key_ID_here * You should see some background on your key. Key line is “Secret key available.” GPG will enter interactive mode – you will see gpg> at the start of the command line. toggle then key 1 followed […]