If you're like me, you prefer seting up different SSH keys for personal and professional use. Maybe you even work for multiple organisations at the same time and don't want to risk 1 compromised private key to have a wide-spread effect.
I've been running Crunchbang as my main linux distribution for a while now, and have had a really good time with it. Recently I stumbled upon a problem, and thought I'd just put my solution out there.
I've had this problem with my old Lenovo ThinkPad with every Linux installation. When I installed CrunchBang (a great disto, by the way) I had it again and had forgotten how to fix it. Amazingly, by googling around I found my own old blog with a post on how to fix it from all the way back to Ubuntu 9.10. I decided to re-write it a bit and host it here.