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comment How to use SSH private key to log in without entering passphrase every time on Mac OS X Lion?
Thanks, Michael Edenfield. I figured out what's going wrong and now ssh-login-without-passphrase works perfectly on Mac OS X Lion. I did some stupid things -- I made a symbolic link ~/tmp pointing to /tmp/ and run a cron job to clean ~/tmp every 2 hour, which also removed ssh-agent socket. Oh man, I hate myself.
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