Re: dupload problem
On Tue, Jan 19, 1999 at 05:30:50PM -0500, Bob Hilliard wrote:
> When I upload a package I first issue the command "ssh-agent
> bash", then "dupload -t master <package-name>.changes". This does the
> job, but asks for my pass-phrase twice for each file being uploaded.
> How can I eliminate the excessive number of pass-phrase entries?
By running "ssh-add" after "ssh-agent bash"?
BTW, I use this in my .tcshrc so that I always have an ssh-agent
if (! $?SSH_AUTH_SOCK) then
rm -f /tmp/ssh_agent.* >&/dev/null
exec ssh-agent tcsh
It is a bit dangerous, because the name of that environment variable has
already changed once, which resulted in an endless loop, but I still
like it :-)
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