I run the official KDE version of Manjaro and I frequently use git on it (mainly with GitHub via SSH authentification).
Problem is, every time I create a new console session (say, after a reboot), before I can git push, I have to do the following:
after which steps a prompt appears saying
Enter passphrase for /home/andymac/.ssh/id_rsa:
and only after entering it I can use my SSH identity to push, pull, and so on.
Now what I want to achieve is something similar to macOS's
as described here. I want to only enter that passphrase once and never ever have to enter it again as long as I keep the same SSH identity.
As far as I understand, the
solution doesn't quite cut it, as with it the identity still won't persist across reboots.
So, what is the best way to achieve what I want, to only enter that passphrase once and never have to enter it again?