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I have a script like this one at my .bashrc file at the mysuer home:

eval `ssh-agent`
ssh-add /path/to/my/key

The problem is I have this output when I log with the user mysuer (su - myuser):

Agent pid 1234
Identity added: /path/to/my/key (/path/to/my/key)

I would like avoid this, silence this output, but load the ssh-agent and ssh-add.

How can I perform this?

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As usual?

{ eval `ssh-agent`; ssh-add /path/to/my/key; } &>/dev/null
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