On Monday 31 January 2011 11:30:47 Patrick O'Callaghan wrote:
What I'm trying to say is that if you have the key pair set up,
don't need keychain. SSH will just read the id_rsa file directly as long
as it runs as you, and you can set up cron to run the job as you (rather
than root) by using your own crontab and not root's (i.e. set up
cron.allow). Maybe I'm not understanding something here ...
Patrick, for reasons irrelevant to this list, my brain is not working well at
I removed the keychain eval from bash_profile and restarted. The request for
the password didn't come at login, which suggests that that's fine. When I
opened Konsole I was asked for the keychain password - I remember that from
long ago when I had it working on other hardware.
I ran the shellscript again and it stalled at the same place. I guess the
next step is to take the keychain part out of the script during tests, even
though the documentation says that I must have it when running under cron.
Progress is slow because I have to reboot every time it has hung, since I
can't find exactly what is stopping the other apps from working. I can't get
by, comfortably, at least, without dolphin and kwrite.
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