First generate ssh key using 1Password and save it in Vault. Optionally you can add your existing keys manually.
Settings -> Developercheck
Use the SSH agentbox.
allowed-signersfile, Sublime Merge complains if it can't find this file and shows all commits as invalid.
mkdir -p /home/$(whoami)/config/git/ touch /home/$(whoami)/config/git/allowed-signers
- Update your local git configuration
[gpg] format = ssh [gpg "ssh"] program = /opt/1Password/op-ssh-sign allowedSignersFile = /home/user/config/git/allowed-signers [commit] gpgsign = true [user] signingKey = ssh-ed25519 pubkey name = Your name email = email@example.com [init] defaultBranch = main
- Update local SSH configuration to use 1Password's SSH agent for all hosts
Host * IdentityAgent ~/.1password/agent.sock
- Finally Add your public key to your GitHub account
Settings -> SSH and GPG keys -> Signing keys
1Password will pop-up to authorize the use of your private key and if you generated your private key in the app it is never saved on the computer.