This is a guide to setting up a nice quick 'one-click' connection to redbrick on OSX using a SSH keys, and Quicksilver.
This allows you to connect to redbrick without needing a password.
Download SSH Agent and install it in your Applications directory.
In the OSX Terminal generate a key: ssh-keygen -t dsa
Then copy it to the right place on redbrick: cat ~/.ssh/id_dsa.pub | ssh firstname.lastname@example.org "cat >> ~/.ssh/authorized_keys"
Import the key into SSH Agent. (This may happen automatically)
Now you will be able to SSH into redbrick without being prompted for a password.
Download the following file which contains an Redbrick.inetloc file and an icon. Edit the Redbrick.inetloc file (there may not be a file extension) and add your username in the section: **ssh://email@example.com**
When you're finished, you can simply double click the icon and a link to redbrick will open. If you've setup the SSH keys, then you'll an a one-click way to connect to redbrick.
In addition, this file is now indexable by Quicksilver, so you can launch it quickly using that app.