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#1 2023-10-27 10:45:21

recklessswing
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From: Türkiye
Registered: 2020-12-18
Posts: 89  

SSH won't ask to save my password for later in terminal(XFCE)

In debian there comes a window asks me "this PC wants to unlock this passphrase" there is a tick that says, save this password. I don't have it. I use ssh passphrases btw and they are not empty. Let me tell you this function works in debian. Prolly not related to systemd either. How to do this?

And no I don't wanna use empty passphrases, I didn't use empty in debian so why should I use on devuan?

Last edited by recklessswing (2023-10-27 10:46:23)

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#2 2023-11-02 17:42:54

fsmithred
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Registered: 2016-11-25
Posts: 2,458  

Re: SSH won't ask to save my password for later in terminal(XFCE)

Maybe installing gnome-keyring will do it.

Description: GNOME keyring services (daemon and tools)
 gnome-keyring is a daemon in the session, similar to ssh-agent,
 and other applications can use it to store passwords and other
 sensitive information.
 .
 The program can manage several keyrings, each with its own master
 password, and there is also a session keyring which is never stored to
 disk, but forgotten when the session ends.

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