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Debian GNU/Linux Reference Guide
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9.5.5 SSH agent

E' pi� sicuro proteggere la vostra autenticazione SSH con una passphrase. Se non � impostata, usate ssh-keygen -p per farlo.

Inserite la vostra chiave pubblica (p. es ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub) in ~/.ssh/authorized_keys, su un host remoto mediante una connessione basata su password come descritto in Connettersi con meno passwords – RSA, Sezione 9.5.3.

     $ ssh-agent bash # oppure lanciate zsh/tcsh/pdksh.
     $ ssh-add ~/.ssh/id_rsa
     Enter passphrase for /home/osamu/.ssh/id_rsa:
     Identity added: /home/osamu/.ssh/id_rsa (/home/osamu/.ssh/id_rsa)
     $ scp foo [email protected]:foo
      ... da qui in poi pi� nessuna passphrase richiesta :-)
     $^D
      ... terminando la sessione di ssh-agent

Per l'X server, i normali script di lancio Debian eseguono ssh-agent come processo genitore. Cos�, dovete eseguire ssh-add solo una volta.

Per ulteriori informazioni, leggete ssh-agent(1) e ssh-add(1).


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