sshadd does not set the environment properly when it's invoked, so these
variables would have to be set by the script u r using..
Pipe the output to a text file or similar and the export it from the
script, then you know it is set properly..
At 11:33 19/03/02 +0000, John P. Looney wrote:
> How is SSH Agent supposed to "work". I've done roughly as Kevin has; I've
>got ssh-agent running, I've got:
>> Now - how do I SSH somewhere, without a password ? I always get asked,
>even when close the SSH connection & retry (which I thought was the point
>of SSH Agent). I never see the gnome-ssh-askpass program. I have a feeling
>I'm missing something here.
>> I'd like to point out that I've tryed ssh-agent a few times, and always
>deleted the config after a few days of noticing nothing happening..
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