Re: what do I do?
From: Darren Tucker (dtucker_at_zip.com.au)
Date: Sat, 15 Nov 2003 08:36:11 +1100 To: "Gurgul, Dennis J." <DGURGUL@PARTNERS.ORG>
"Gurgul, Dennis J." wrote:
> I'm getting the message below after re-installing openssh rpms on a Linux
> cluster. The last time this happened I just deleted my .ssh/known_hosts file
> and then connecting to the nodes went back to normal. But this message persists
> in coming up each time I connect. Can someone tell me what to do to make these
> computers stop thinking there's a security problem? Do I delete an /etc/ssh
> file or something? Thanks.
[snip key mismatch error]
> Offending key in /etc/ssh/ssh_known_hosts:2
The message tells you which line of which file has the key that doesn't
match. Just delete that line (in your case, that's line 2 of
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