Ksshaskpass is a front-end for ssh-add which stores the password of the
sh key in KWallet.
Ksshaskpass is not meant to be executed directly, you need to tell
ssh-add about it. ssh-add will then call it if it is not associated
to a terminal.
From the ssh-add manpage:
| DISPLAY and SSH_ASKPASS
| If ssh-add needs a passphrase, it will read the passphrase from the
| current t
* Disable rpath of the binary.
-- Armin Berres <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sat, 02 Jan 2010 00:12:30 +0100
* - Do not read password from wallet, when ssh-add tells us that the former
passphrase has been incorrect. Fixes an infinite loop, when the wrong
passphrase has been stored in KWallet.
- Replace 'password' with 'passphrase'.
- Thanks to Glennie Vignarajah
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