gtk-led-askpass - password dialog suitable for use with ssh-add
gtk-led-askpass is a GTK+-based passphrase dialog suitable for use with
the ssh-add(1) command. ssh-add will try to execute the commands
$SSH_ASKPASS or ssh-askpass if the $DISPLAY environment variable is set
and its standard input is not a terminal. These conditions are
automatically true if ssh-add is invoked from within xsession(5) or as
part of the GNOME login procedure. Assuming $DISPLAY is set correctly,
"ssh-add < /dev/null" will work within a terminal.
You can express a preference for gtk-led-askpass over other ssh-askpass
implementations by setting the $SSH_ASKPASS environment variable.
gtk-led-askpass recognizes Backspace for deleting a character and
Control-u for deleting all characters.
gtk-led-askpass encodes non-ASCII input characters in UTF-8.
Optionally, the question to ask the user.
x11-ssh-askpass(1), gnome-ssh-askpass(1), ssh-askpass(1).
Dafydd Harries <firstname.lastname@example.org>
October 4, 2003