I am usually connecting to the remote server with
ssh firstname.lastname@example.org -p 11000
and then giving the password each time for user. How should I avoid entering the password each time I connect using ssh ?
I think I should add a bit of a narrative to the link in 9000's answer.
First, check in home to see if you have a folder named
Second, ssh to the server, check to see if you have a file named
You should now be able to ssh without typing the password.
Third, if you put this in
You will be able to
As a supplement to phunehehe's answer, see the Gentoo Linux Keychain Guide for a guide to keychain. keychain also uses ssh-agent. The ssh-agent daemon makes the passphrase available (it becomes unavailable when the ssh-agent daemon dies) but keychain