cache ssh key password in the gnome keyring for session

dnkdnk
Community Member
edited May 11 in SSH

Is there a way to cache the ssh key password in the gnome keyring? Like a regular ssh key?

When I am working with some of my admin tasks, having the key prompted for a password at ssh login for each server is super verbose and time-consuming.

What I am looking to do is essentially enter once, have the key work as needed for my computer session on all connections.

Once I have that solved, then I will need to figure out how to leverage for automation. 👍


1Password Version: 8.7.0
Extension Version: 2.3.3
OS Version: Ubuntu 21.10
Referrer: forum-search:ssh

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  • floris_1Pfloris_1P

    Team Member

    @dnk In the latest beta, you can now configure the SSH agent authorization model to not prompt for each terminal tab, but only once per application. Let me know if that improves things for you!

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