Frank Duignan's [Frank.Duignan at dit.ie] 18 lines of dribble included:
:>I've just downloaded latest ssh & ssl source, compiled them
:>under SUSE 6.1. sshd starts up fine and I can ssh to localhost.
:>However, when I ssh to a remote machine, or even my own using
:>full canonical name I get an error along the lines of:
:>"can't verify authenticity of host blah.blah.blah".
Assuming the host has sshd running on it, then I would suggest adding the
host's public key to your "authorized_keys" file (generally in
$HOME/.ssh/authorized_keys). AFAIK it's in the same format as an .rhosts file
(that is one key per line).
man ssh gives a lot of detail on the ssh protocol and how to establish
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