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Look further into terminal before you give up on it. Under the Shell menu, you'll find New Remote Connection.... The list of default servers will be auto-populated via Bonjour, but you can still create and save new sessions for ssh, sftp, ftp, and telnet. Of course, the default services in UNIX also allow you to create your SSH keys so that when you log into ...


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I had the same problem. To solve the problem when it appears: Open an ssh connection and close it again. Then it worked for me.


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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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You can use ProxyCommand option to ssh, which does exactly what you want in ssh_config: Host target # or all ProxyCommand /usr/bin/nc -x IP:port %h %p Or directly on command line: ssh -o ProxyCommand='nc -x IP:port %h %p' user@host The OSX netcat might have a bit different switches, but conceptually it works this way. Credits: SuperUser question


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If it asks for password it means you have not everything properly setup. You need to set a policy in AWS IAM that grants access to your user to CodeCommit repos. In that policy you need to indicate the resource (repo) ARN (Amazon Resource Name) you want to grant access or * for all of them. Then you need to generate a SSH key using ssh-keygen and enter the ...


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Because it would be more difficult to post this in a comment I'm posting it as an answer, although it may not be the right one. I took your command line while using Lingon X to create the .plist file, here is how it parsed the command line, which is different from yours. <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple//...


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the cliclick tool shell tool is pretty awesome. sends keystrokes, clicks, all sorts of stuff https://github.com/BlueM/cliclick


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Assumes you have Homebrew installed (make your life easier and get this first) Installation of SSHFS brew install sshfs Check this folder to see installed file systems: ls /Library/Filesystems If you don't see osxfusefs.fs, you need to install it. Get Cask brew tap caskroom/cask Install OSXFUSE brew cask install osxfuse SSHFS + OSXFUSE Now ...



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