Gerald> What problem are you experiencing? Mine is :0:0 and everything
Gerald> seems happy. The important thing is that SSH_AGENT_PID and
Gerald> SSH_AUTH_SOCK need to be defined so ssh knows how to talk to
Gerald> your agent process.
I guess my concern was that since my DISPLAY is :0.0, the communication
to/from xterms (or whatever I start from my window manager menus) isn't
being encrypted. When I ssh to another box and see that the DISPLAY is
foobar:1.0 (for example), I know that what I'm getting is communication
via an encrypted channel. When I see :0.0, I wonder.
Gerald> I use CVS to manage my web site as well as my dotfiles and
Gerald> scripts and stuff. I have mine set up so whenever I commit
Gerald> something, CVS sends email to my account on my ISP where
Gerald> I have a procmailrc that intercepts the message and runs
Gerald> a script to checkout whatever I committed onto my virtual
Now *this* is a slick idea!
-- John Klassa / firstname.lastname@example.org