I was trying to hack the /etc/init.d/opie script in order to get it to eval ssh-agent and then call the opie ssh keys manager to ssh-add immediately after opie comes up. I've borked the opie initialization, and -force-reinstall opie-task just laughed at me (i.e., no change).
Opie (220.127.116.11-rc2) comes up, but in portrait (this is a SL-C3200). No amount of pushing the opie menu rotate button has any effect. No xrandr, of course, this isn't X. Is there a command line tool to turn opie back to landscape?
Also, what's the correct sequence of running eval `ssh-agent` and then getting the key into memory (ssh-add is how I'd do it in a desktop) so the key is accessible to all apps? I need a few Z apps to be able to auto-login to my desktop to back themselves up.
TIA -- wylbur.