I recently came across an article which tries to address the problem of SSH agent forwarding with screen. Briefly, the problem is that reattaching a screen instance breaks agent forwarding because the required environment variables aren't present in the screen instance. The solution given didn't quite work for me though because I use an SSH wrapper script which automatically runs screen.
My solution is to write a screen wrapper script which stores the
environment variables in
I like to put wrapper scripts in
SSH Host Keys
The SSH client needs to be configured to check these records. Specifying "
To determine the name of the record to use, convert your email address into a domain name by replacing the ampersand with a dot1. To publish your entire public key, run the tool as follows.
The first parameter specifies the file containing your public key in binary format, and the second parameter specifies the domain name to use. To publish a reference to your public key, run the tool as follows.
The first parameter specifies the fingerprint of your key, and the second parameter the URL at which the public key can be found. It is also possible to only publish the fingerprint or only the URL. Simply add the record which the tool outputs to your zone file2.
There is also another method to publish GPG keys called PKA. The only documentation I can find is a specification in German linked from the blog post mentioned above. I still managed to set it up though. This method uses a
This specifies the fingerprint and URL, just as with the second