Changes between Version 21 and Version 22 of ssl_host_key_changed


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Timestamp:
May 15, 2008, 3:54:25 PM (12 years ago)
Author:
Jamie McClelland
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    4949=== Using Windows ===
    5050
     51==== WinSCP ====
     52
    5153When using WinSCP, you should see a message that says:
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    6769
    6870If they are the same, then click "Update" and you will no longer get this message.
     71
     72==== Using Dreamweaver ====
     73
     74The cache of hosts key is located here:
     75
     76{{{
     77C:\Documents and Settings\<user>\Local Settings\Application Data\Macromedia\Dreamweaver 8\Configuration\ssh_hosts
     78}}}
     79
     80Try editing it with a text editor like notepad and remove the lines that have the name of your primary server in it. In the worst case scenario, you can simply delete the file.
    6981
    7082=== Using Macintosh ===
     
    88100Unfortunately, none of these programs have an automatic way to fix the bad key.
    89101
    90 ==== Fixing the Problem ====
     102==== Fixing the Problem with any program except Dreamweaver ====
    91103
    92104There are two ways to fix the problem in the Macintosh.
     
    113125 * '''Warning''': this will remove all the known_hosts from your computer. The next time you use a program to connect to a secure server, you will need to re-verify the host key. This will apply to all servers you connect to, not just the May First/People Link servers.
    114126
     127==== Fixing the problem with Dreamweaver ====
     128
     129The cache of hosts key is located here:
     130
     131{{{
     132/Users/<user>/Library/Application Support/Macromedia/Dreamweaver 8/Configuration/ssh_hosts
     133}}}
     134
     135Try editing it with a text editor like Simple Text and remove the lines that have the name of your primary server in it. In the worst case scenario, you can simply delete the file.
    115136
    116137== What are host keys? ==