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May
9
comment How to prevent ssh from adding my key to ssh-agent on Snow Leopard?
@chris-johnsen are you actually testing this on Snow Leopard ? SSH on SL acts differently from Leopard. I know that SL's ssh is adding my key to the ssh-agent because I tried this on a new Mac. I can clear the stored key with "ssh-add -D" afterward and then I get the passphrase dialog box again, but that's not an acceptable solution. Logging out will also clear the stored key (this behavior is consistent with quitting ssh-agent). The problem is reproducible. I'm not the only one: serverfault.cms-forex.info/details/144147/…
May
6
revised How to prevent ssh from adding my key to ssh-agent on Snow Leopard?
fix terminology in title
May
6
reviewed Approve How to prevent ssh from adding my key to ssh-agent on Snow Leopard?
May
6
awarded  Student
May
6
revised How to prevent ssh from adding my key to ssh-agent on Snow Leopard?
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May
6
asked How to prevent ssh from adding my key to ssh-agent on Snow Leopard?
Apr
28
comment Automatically quit Terminal when typing exit
@atroon I think that pref applies to closing one Terminal window, not the entire Terminal app.
Apr
26
revised If I activate expose, then spaces, can I force the window arrangement to stay the same in both views?
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Apr
26
revised If I activate expose, then spaces, can I force the window arrangement to stay the same in both views?
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Apr
26
revised If I activate expose, then spaces, can I force the window arrangement to stay the same in both views?
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Apr
26
comment If I activate expose, then spaces, can I force the window arrangement to stay the same in both views?
@koiyu Thanks for the suggestion, but I'm not willing to upgrade for a minor issue like this.
Apr
26
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Apr
26
revised If I activate expose, then spaces, can I force the window arrangement to stay the same in both views?
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Apr
26
comment If I activate expose, then spaces, can I force the window arrangement to stay the same in both views?
I'm on Leopard, 10.5.8. I haven't installed any Exposé or Spaces add ons (I don't know of any).
Apr
26
asked If I activate expose, then spaces, can I force the window arrangement to stay the same in both views?