When pushing a bzr repo to another server, I need to type an openSSH password.
After I typed it, an openSSH popup appears, and requires the password again.
Any way to avoid this?
The thing is, that even with an SSH key, if you put a passcode on the ssh key you use, it'll require you to enter your passcode to unlock the key once during your login session (unless otherwise configured). This is a security measure that some people enable so that others cant utilize their system nor their SSH key on their own system.
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By saying "password", I assume this means you don't have an SSH key.
The easiest way to make this work:
Now, it should ask you for the passphrase you typed.
After that, gnome-keyring-daemon or ssh-agent will remember your passphrase until you log out.
You may find GPG Agent useful - see Tips and Tricks page on Ubuntu Community Help