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jbk <jbk at> writes:

>  I have acquired and installed the script in cygwin1.3.13 .  I have enabled
> it through my .bash_profile script.  It works in the first shell instance
> but not in subsequent shells started while the first is still open.  I
> innitialized it with the --clear option as is recommended and when I close
> and reopen the the shell it asks for my pass phrase as expected, and I can
> then ssh into my other machine with out subsequent authorization request, so
> some basic things are working.
> Has anyone set up keychain on cygwin? Does it work as you expected it to?

"keychain" is a traditional Windows application, right? Did you try 
which is part of the openssh suite that comes with cygwin?

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