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Re: How do I make use of SSH_ASKPASS?



On 27/01/2008, Brian Millett <bmillett gmail com> wrote:
> Colin Paul Adams escribĂ­o:
> > I can't find out to make use of this.
> >
> > It is set to /usr/libexec/openssh/gnome-ssh-askpass, but I still get
> > prompted for a password when I use ssh.
> >
> > I thought the prompt was only supposed to occur when I login to GNOME.
>
> You should look at using keychain.  From the readme
>
> README.Fedora - keychain opt-in
>
> keychain is a manager for both ssh-agent and gpg-agent. It allows your shells
> and cron jobs to share a single ssh-agent or gpg-agent process. keychain
> typically runs from the login shell environment setting, i.e. ~/.bash_profile
> when using bash or ~/.login when running a tcsh shell. It's general usage and
> different options are documented in keychain(1).

But if you want better gnome integration, you should look at seahorse


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