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The solution is called ssh-agent. It can remember your passphrase for the session. You run the agent with eval `ssh-agent` (might be even running in your session already, so check before using ssh-add -l) and add the key to the agent using: ssh-add /path/to/your-private-key it will prompt you for a passphrase. The further connections using this key ...


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Configure ssh options and connect to ssh hosts manually always make me feel bored and have a lot of trouble. At Codinn we made a couple of GUI tools to make using ssh effortless. Those tools helped ourselves, and may also help you. SSH Shell is a PuTTY alike tool with lots of extra features: Switch between SSH sessions using swipe gestures with Trackpad ...



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