I have SSH up and running on some systems, but I would like to
have ssh-agent run as the parent of X, so that ssh-agent can
handle the user's keys.
When a machine is set up for console login, I can get everything running
by entering at the console:
$ ssh-agent startx
and then in a shell window under X:
Thereafter, ssh-agent handles the user's keys, and all is copacetic.
However, I do not see a way to get this all going when the machine is
set up for graphical login (i.e. X starts right after the machine
boots). How is this normally done? Do I need to edit the startx
P. Douglas Reeder Lecturer, Computer. Science. Dept., Ohio State Univ..
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