So, I just formatted my Arch Linux computer, and got everything up and running so
gpg --card-status can see my Nitrokey Pro, and I am using it to successfully SSH into remote servers etc.
However, if I do
gpg2 --list-secret-keys I get nothing, and as such I cannot do things like
gpg2 --export-ssh-key <GPG-keyname> since I don’t know the keyname.
I’m a bit confused here. How can gpg see the Nitrokey on
gpg --card-status, yet not have the keys in the keyring? I’ve tried doing
…but that does nothing, since the
URL of public key is not set on the Nitrokey.
I’m a bit confused about how to proceed from here?