Bug#112020: ITP: keychain -- An OpenSSH key manager
From the keychain help:
Keychain is an OpenSSH key manager, typically run from ~/.bash_profile. When
run, it will make sure ssh-agent is running; if not, it will start ssh-agent.
It will redirect ssh-agent's output to ~/.ssh-agent, so that cron jobs that
need to use ssh-agent keys can simply source this file and make the necessary
passwordless ssh connections. In addition, when keychain runs, it will check
with ssh-agent and make sure that the ssh RSA/DSA keys that you specified on
the keychain command line have actually been added to ssh-agent. If not, you
are prompted for the appropriate passphrases so that they can be added by
"Thank you for the latest release of gradewrecker.
My GPA just went in the corner and shot itself."
-- USENET posting refering to
the latest release of NetHack, author unknown