Though discussions both here and on several forums about the fact that the new MacOS Sierra, Private key sites are not kept Keychain after restart.
For adminitratorii servers that use a connection SSH Secure with key authentication, this is less bothersome. Every time you want to authenticate via SSH/ Terminal, you should execute the command: ssh-add K-path / private_key.pemAfter which the Terminal command line to execute connectivity and authentication to managed servers. Usually, execute the command: ssh root @ ip_address.
A simpler solution would be to edit the file ~ / .ssh / config to create a sort of alias for both the authentication key, and for the user and hostname.
1. Open the Terminal application on MacOS and execute the command:
sudo nano ~ / .ssh / config
2. Add the following lines:
3. Ctrl + X then Y si Enter to save the changes in config.
For authentication via Terminal, will execute the command line: ssh anyname. The authentication will be done automatically with the user "root" on the hostname and port specified in the config using authentication key indicated in "IdentityFile".
In the file ~ / .ssh / config can add as many aliases want. The condition is that the line "Host" to have different names.Disable Two-Factor Authentication Apple ID »»
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