[GE users] SSH and host keys

petrik lubomir.petrik at sun.com
Mon Feb 9 19:12:55 GMT 2009


Hi,
apparently the host key for the machine changed or you never logged in 
there before.

You could use ssh -o StrictHostChecking=no apollo.cora.nwra.com if 
you're not afraid of the man in the middle or you could set it to yes if 
you want to reject unknown keys by default.

Regards,
  Lubos.

opoplawski wrote:
> Anyone know how to avoid the following:
>
> $ qrsh -l idllic=1
> The authenticity of host '[apollo.cora.nwra.com]:42115 
> ([192.168.0.118]:42115)' can't be established.
> RSA key fingerprint is be:14:c6:b3:7e:23:48:57:71:c2:02:75:74:7e:f4:ec.
> Are you sure you want to continue connecting (yes/no)?
>
> every time qrsh is run and the massive population of host keys it causes?
>
>

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