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ssh-agent on ubuntu rapidly restarts

I am attempting to use ssh-agent on Ubuntu 13.10 so that I will not have to enter my passphrase to unlock a key every time I want to use ssh or git. As you can see below, ssh-agent appears to be ...
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passwordless ssh-keygen not working [duplicate]

I've seen many pages on ssh problems similar to this but so far none of them answer my question. I've been trying to set up passwordless ssh for a while now with little success, I'm creating a blank ...
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Configuring SSH server to require RSA key

I'm trying to configure my SSH server to require users to have an RSA key. To do this I have the settings in sshd_config set to RSAAuthentication yes PubkeyAuthentication yes #AuthorizedKeysFile ...
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How to make ssh remember unlocked ssh-keys not in default directory

I structured my private/public-keys in a subfolder of ".ssh" called "keys". Mapping is done by a .ssh/config file. Now I have to retype the passphrase for every key every time I use it. Before this ...
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Logout safe way to have ssh-agent session for server processes

I am having a server process which is using a passphrase protected SSH key. Currently I log in via SSH to give the key every time the process is restarted. I do: eval `ssh-agent` ssh-add mykey # ...
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Is there a difference if SSH key is created on serverside?

I've got a server running Ubuntu. I installed openssh-server and wanted to use ssh key for login purposes. Everything works fine except one thing. On Ubuntu's community site is written "This massively ...
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Cat command output varies unusually in regards to * character

I'm running the following command on a fairly standard Ubuntu 11.04 installation running under vSphere: sudo cat /home/*/.ssh/authorized_keys Basically, I am using puppet for ssh key management and ...
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SSH Key Exchange from Cygwin to Ubuntu Fails

I'm trying to SSH from a Windows/Cygwin to Ubuntu. I am not using PuTTY. Instead, I'm using Cygwin ssh, which should be OpenSSH. I used ssh-user-config on the Windows machine to generate my key ...