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    Default Google Titan security key for logging into Gmail/ Google Account.

    Do I need to do anything special to use a Titan 2FA key to log into Google from Chrome on Tumbleweed?
    I'm really not interested in using it to log on to my machine. Just for getting 2FA set up for my Google and Twitter accounts.
    Can I do this?
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    Default Re: Google Titan security key for logging into Gmail/ Google Account.

    Quote Originally Posted by FlameBait View Post
    Do I need to do anything special to use a Titan 2FA key to log into Google from Chrome on Tumbleweed?
    I'm really not interested in using it to log on to my machine. Just for getting 2FA set up for my Google and Twitter accounts.
    Can I do this?
    Hi
    The u2f host and server files and libraries are there, so would guess so....
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    Default Re: Google Titan security key for logging into Gmail/ Google Account.

    OK I have this working.
    There is like next to zero Google Linux support for these keys.
    They will not support them over the phone or through their support channel.
    What they provide is here:
    https://support.google.com/titansecu.../9148044?hl=en
    creating that rule in etc/udev/rules.d will likely not get you going.
    You need to create an additional rule from here:
    https://blog.reboost.net/provisionin...ys-from-linux/
    After I did what they laid out and restarted etc/udev/rules.d
    The instructions on the 2FA part of my accounts security page then worked.
    I was able to provision/enroll both keys and they supposedly everywhere.
    I have not tested on Windows 10 or macOS yet.
    Tumbleweed

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    Default YubiKey

    OK. To add a YubiKey you need to do the following as root
    in /etc/udev/rules.d
    make a file named :
    Code:
    70-YubiKey.rules
    Put this in the file:
    Code:
     # Yubico YubiKey
    KERNEL=="hidraw*", SUBSYSTEM=="hidraw", ATTRS{idVendor}=="1050", ATTRS{idProduct}=="0113|0114|0115|0116|0120|0200|0402|0403|0406|0407|0410", TAG+="uaccess", GROUP="plugdev", MODE="0660"
    Then in a terminal do this:
    Code:
    sudo udevadm control --reload-rules

    Your Yubikey is ready to configure however you want to use it.
    Tumbleweed

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