On March 19, john at antefacto.com said:
> bartender  ssh-add ~/.ssh/identity ~/.ssh/id_dsa
> Identity added: /home/john/.ssh/identity
> (john at bean.internal.antefacto.com)
> Identity added: /home/john/.ssh/id_dsa (/home/john/.ssh/id_dsa)
>> I'm still wondering what's supposed to happen. Does it save the
> passphrase in ~/.ssh somewhere, so that I can see what's happening ?
RTFM: ssh-add -l or ssh-add -L to see what your ssh-agent knows.
Now go to another shell window, make sure the ssh-agent env vars are
set, and go ssh somewhere. If it asks you for a passphrase, you've
managed to screw up somehow. Use the verbose/debug flags to find out
what it's doing. And make sure you've the ssh-agent env vars set
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