linux shell script to automate rsa keygen
Posted on 2008-06-20
I set up rsa key pairs on my linux for ssh connection to remote server.
After this I had to run these commands:
nohup ssh-agent -s | grep -v echo > ~/.ssh-agent
each time I reboot the system.
Please provide a complete script (it is only a few lines) that will execute each time the user logins to the system or the system is rebooted.
The purpose of this script is so that I dont have to enter keyphrase each time I am doing ssh operation to connect to remote server.
I am running fedora core 6.
Also please indicate in the script where do I put the keyphrase? ( asssume keyphrase is 'monkey island')
Please DO NOT answer this question if you cannot provide the script. If you just tell me put the script under certain directory, this is not an answer as I am not an expert in linux shell scripting. Please read that the question show I have indicated level of knowledge as Begiinner.