On Tue, Mar 19, 2002 at 01:26:46PM -0000, Wynne, Conor mentioned:
> I ssh from one client to the box and it rejects it coz someone is
> spoofing or so it thinks. It says to delete the key from .ssh and so I
> do. Actually I just rm -rf .ssh and connect again.
>> This time it takes ages to connect [20 seconds or so] but it does so
> after said time. This I find mildly annoying.
Edit the .ssh/known_hosts file, and take out the reference to that host.
If your hosts change very regularly, and you don't usually go outside your
network, you could 'chmod a-w .ssh/known_hosts' so it's not updated when
you SSH to new hosts. Obviously, this has security implications.
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