Here’s the scenario:
- You’re sitting at your desktop, and you start a Screen session.
- You do a bunch of work (say, lots of vim and a
git commit); and then rush off.
- You log in remotely, reconnect your Screen session with
screen -dR, and try to do something that uses an SSH key (say, you
git pushto github).
- Your SSH session mysteriously hangs.
- A Ctrl-C later and a head-scratch later, you run
ssh -v firstname.lastname@example.org, and you get as far as
debug1: Server accepts key: pkalg ssh-rsa ...
Meanwhile, back on your desktop at home, GNOME has popped up this dialog:
To stop this happening again, run the following:
$ sudo gconftool-2 --set -t bool /apps/gnome-keyring/daemon-components/ssh false