On 06/23/2018 01:35 PM, Jeffrey Ross wrote:
my .ssh directory has my private key in a file called
with .pub on the end and if I understand correctly running ssh will
look for the private key in a few different file names, none of which
end with .pub.
Yes, that's how ssh behaves. However, as I said, gnome-keyring will
only automatically load a private key if the public key is also present,
with the same filename plus a .pub suffix. If you don't have the public
keys in your .ssh folder, then that is the reason that GNOME is not
prompting you to unlock your private files.