I want to communicate between several computers on my network (static ethernet), through ssh. In order to do that I need to run ssh-add every time I login on specific machine, how can I do it so that ...
Let's say there are two keys A and B, both of which are valid for user@host public key authentication. Since authorized_keys is configured for different behaviour depending on the key, ~/.ssh/config ...
After a: eval `ssh-agent -s` ssh-add I can log in to a "server" via ssh without pwd. Question: But If I open a new gnome-terminal I have to do this again, why? Using RHEL Desktop 6.6 with ...
I'm on a Mac (OSX). I've accidentally deleted my ssh keys, but I haven't restarted my computer yet so I'm still able to access servers with my key. I guess the ssh-agent has some form of it in ...
I use ssh-add to add my SSH keys to the SSH agent. By default, it adds them indefinitely. There's a command-line option to specify a timeout, but is there a configuration file option which will ...
Working on a remote server (A) I want to use my local SSH-Keys to access a repository on another server (B) that is not controlled by me. Generally this works like a charm. I log in as myUsername ...
NOTE: I'm not explaining why I want to do this. But here is the requirement. There are 4 hosts. Host A, Host B, Host C, Host D Host A is running some application which can be accessed at port 8001 ...
After a few hours of digging, I finally found out why my computer stopped asking me for my key(s) using gnome ssh-askpass. It was very simple, but took me forever to figure out because... well... most ...