I do use an OpenPGP-card, bought from Purism in one of my L5 and I want to buy a second one for my other L5. I use two L5, one in Europe, the other in Cuba with a cuban SIM card. I could buy the 2nd card in Purism to, but would have to pay $65 shipping fee for the $15 card. So, can I buy this card here in Europe or even in Germany?
Next question: Can I transfer somehow the key from one card to the other to use the same encrypted files foo.gpg from my password store:
purism@pureos:~$ find .password-store/ -type f | wc -l
Initialize new password storage and use gpg-id for encryption. Multiple gpg-ids may be specified, in order to encrypt each password with multiple ids. This command must be run first before a password store can be used. If the specified gpg-id is different from the key used in any existing files, these files will be reencrypted to use the new id.
Note that use of gpg-agent(1) is recommended so that the batch decryption does not require as much user intervention. If –path or -p is specified, along with an argument, a specific gpg-id or set of gpg-ids is assigned for that specific sub folder of the password store. If only one gpg-id is given, and it is an empty string, then the current .gpg-id file for the specified sub-folder (or root if unspecified) is removed.
So I think you need to run pass init specifying multiple keys, at once.
I talked to them by mail some time ago: No, they can’t do the cut due to the lack of a specialized cutter. I ordered the 2nd one in the store of Purism together with an USB-C (…) hub. $69 for the hardware and $69 for UPS