OSX support ... on a Mac will look to see if you are running X and pop
up an xterm. If you are not running X, will use a bit of applescript to fire up a Terminal window. Note that you need to be running an ssh-agent, started when you log in. One way to do that is http://www.sshkeychain.org. There are probably other ways as well, but not sure what they are. For sshkeychain (which I installed and seems to work okay) here are the instructions: * Copy SSHKeychain (SSHKeychain.app) to your Applications folder. * Run SSHKeychain. This should open a dock item and a statusbar item. * Click either the Statusbar Item, the Dock Item, or MainMenu and open the Preferences. * Open the Environment tab. * Enable "Manage global environment variables". This will make SSHKeychain available for other applications. * Open the keys tab and see if any of your keys are missing (~/.ssh/id_dsa and ~/.ssh/identity are default). * Add SSHKeychain to your Login Items in the System Preferences. * Re-login to make the global variables work. * Start up SSHKeychain, and you're set.
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