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I'm using ssh settings from my work machine on laptop at home for unattended git repository connection. I've copied private and public keys and use ssh-agent w/ ssh-add identity command. Is there any way to save this settings permanently? Every time after reboot i need to execute above commands again that is kinda annoying. Thanks in advance.

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Add the ssh private keys to your keychain.

ssh-add -K /path/to/private/ssh/key

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