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Execute following command in Termina.app will disable Keychain integration, thus ssh will always ask you for a passphrase: defaults write org.openbsd.openssh KeychainIntegration -bool false Pleases note: This is undocumented, but as far as I know, it works from macOS 10.6 (Snow Leopard) to 10.11 (El Capitan) It will affect all private keys, not just ...


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I'm getting along well with Royal TSX. This is useful for SSH, RDP and VNC based terminals or web-based interfaces. It has a built-in credential management and team-sharing features.


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I think you're trying to set up port forwarding, to allow yourself to ssh in from outside, and changing the port to keep it slightly more secure? You don't need to change the port used internally (inside your network) - you just need to change the port used from outside of your network. Then, set up a rule that passes connections on the desired port to the ...


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I end up with a .bashrc script: # Predictable SSH authentication socket location. SOCK="$HOME/.ssh/agent_sock" AGENT_ENV="$HOME/.ssh/agent_env" if ! ps -x | fgrep -v fgrep | fgrep -q $SOCK; then rm -f $SOCK ssh-agent -a $SOCK > $AGENT_ENV fi eval $(cat $AGENT_ENV) And sounds like this wont work for GUI as well. Updating plist is too painful on ...


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Struggling with this issue myself, I discovered that I needed to add the -o local option: sshfs user@host:/somewhere/on/the/Y /Z -o volname=Z -o local Beware that the OSXFUSE maintainers advise against this option, though, as it might invoke unwanted side-effects: This option marks the volume being mounted as "local". By default, osxfuse volumes are ...



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