[kde-linux] Starting ssh at log-in
blade.alslayer at gmail.com
Tue Nov 21 10:58:35 UTC 2006
On 21.11.2006 12:18, Anne Wilson wrote:
> On Monday 20 November 2006 20:38, Boyan Tabakov wrote:
> > If the machine from which you initiate your backup (e.g. your private
> > machine) is secure enough, yes, I would definitely recommend that you use
> > a public key authentication method to log to the remote machine. This
> > will make the hole process automatic and you won't be asked to enter any
> > password.
> > To enable public key authentication, you should simple copy your ssh
> > client's public key to the ~/.ssh/authorized_keys file on your remote
> > machine. Your public key can be found in ~/.ssh/id_dsa.pub or
> > ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub files (depending on the algorithm). If no keys are
> > already generated, do so with the ssh-keygen command (simply 'ssh-keygen
> > -t [rsa|dsa]). Remember not to enter a passphrase, because if one is
> > present you will be prompted to enter it to unlock the key and not doing
> > this was the very reason we began with.
> No, that's a misunderstanding. I do want to have to give the passphrase.
> I just want to be asked for it as early as possible, rather than on me
> remembering to open a konsole.
Well then, it sounds to me that a saved konsole session (I mean a session
settings for konsole itself and not a kde session) should do the job for you.
Launch Konsole, go to Settings->Configure Konsole->Session Tab and create a
new session with the Execute field containing the invocation of your script,
e.g. 'ssh user at host some-command'
Save the session and then in ~/.kde/Autostart add the following script:
konsole --type 'My Saved Session Name'
If you don't want to save a special session for that, you can skip that step
and just have the script:
konsole -e 'your command goes here'
This should open a konsole window and execute what you need each time you
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