I'm using 12.10 with gnome-shell 3.6.
I have multiple ssh keypairs (created with ssh-keygen). They're stored in ~/.ssh/ids/hostname/id_rsa and id_rsa.pub. I have a file ~/.ssh/config which says which key to use with which host.
Whenever I connect to one of the hosts, it always prompts me for the id_rsa password. I want the keys to be unlocked whenever I'm logged in.
I tried to import the keys into seahorse (aka Passwords and Keys), but I ran against this bug https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/seahorse/+bug/1017210
I then tried to use ssh-add. This gave me the proper behavior, but it didn't persist across sessions/reboots.
Before I created different keys for different hosts, gnome-shell would give me a popup asking for my login password, and after I entered it, the keys would be unlocked for the rest of the session. How can I get this to work again?