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Old 11-09-2011, 07:44 PM
Default Tell seahorse to not cache SSH passphrase

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I use keypairs to connect to different machines via SSH. After
rebooting, if i try to login to one of these remote hosts for the first
time, seahorse pops up a GTK window prompting me for the passphrase. I
enter it and then my SSH session is connected. The next time i go to
SSH to the machine, seahorse has the passphrase cached and i am
instantly connected to the remote machine thru the SSH session. While i
find this very convenient for most machines i connect to, there are a
few that i'd rather seahorse not cache the passphrase, so i have to
enter it each time i connect. How can i tell seahorse about these hosts
so the passphrases aren't cached, and is there a way to delete certain
ones from the cache without having to reboot my workstation? Thanks



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