^ Great points, Salad. I was curious what would happen if you set the TIMEOUT to 1. While on the topic, if TIMEOUT is set to 0 (or not set at all) does it register that as an unlimited amount of time?
I use ssh-add to add my SSH keys to the SSH agent. By default, it adds them indefinitely. There's a command-line option to specify a timeout, but is there a configuration file option which will specify the default timeout?
What I want is to be able to run ssh-add without any command-line parameters and have it default to a given amount of time for a timeout (as if I had called ssh-add -t 1h).