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Tested in bash4
Alternative for machines without ssh-copy-id
Press a key automatically via xvkbd.
From time to time one forgets either thier gpg key or other passphrases. This can be very problematic in most cases. But luckily there's this script. Its based off of pwsafe which is a unix commandline program that manages encrypted password databases. For more info on pwsafe visit, http://nsd.dyndns.org/pwsafe/.
What this script does is it will help you store all your passphrases for later on and allow you to copy it to your clipboard so you can just paste it in, all with one password. Pretty neat no?
You can find future releases of this and many more scripts at The Teachings of Master Denzuko - denzuko.wordpress.com.