So I’ve followed the guide here: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/SSH_keys#SSH_agents and searched all over the internet, but I can’t get $SSH_AUTH_SOCK to work without setting him manually in every damn session.
I’ve filled my install with every junk program on the planet, in hopes of making this work, but it just doesn’t. Does anyone have any last suggestions on how to make this work?
My big problem here is that my GUI encrypted volume can’t read the socket, which means it can’t load my key, which means no keys and no SSH.
I know Arch/Manjaro is a diy distro, but not shipping with a working key-agent system, seems as logical as shipping it without passwd?
A little extra info:
Agent pid 1458 [jardie@lobo ~]$ [[ ! "$SSH_AUTH_SOCK" ]] && echo booot booot [jardie@lobo ~]$ echo $SSH_AUTH_SOCK [jardie@lobo ~]$
This is how my console looks, if I remove “> /dev/null”, it clearly runs source correctly, but $SSH_AUTH_SOCK is not set. If I manually run source again, it will attach the agent.