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I have a server which I connect to with the command line using a stored ssh key, i.e. there's no username/password, I can just connect with ssh servername because the key is stored in the right place.

Is there any way to use Interarchy or another OS X GUI file client with this key?

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According to their Wiki, it's fully supported in FileZilla.

Other platforms

FileZilla supports the standard SSH agents. If your SSH agent is running, the SSH_AUTH_SOCK environment variable should be set.


Check here to see alternatives for FileZilla. I don't have a Mac, so I can't test any of these, but it's a great place to start a search.

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