Jason Powers wrote:
>>> me@desktop> ssh-add
>>> (type pass for key)
>>> me@desktop> ssh someuser@server1
>>> now from that terminal
>>> someuser@server1> ssh otheruser@server2
>>> It asks me for a password when I try to jump to the second server. I
>>> can put the password in and it works, but I think at this point it
>>> should be forwarding the key.

What happen if list the current keys the agent hold?
$ ssh-add -l

If it's empty, can you do it before "ssh someuser@server1"?

If it's not empty, can you on server2

ls -ld /home/otheruser/.ssh /home/otheruser/.ssh/authorized_keys*


Simon Piette