Changes between Version 23 and Version 24 of ssl_host_key_changed


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May 18, 2008, 1:21:24 PM (12 years ago)
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Jamie McClelland
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  • ssl_host_key_changed

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    110110This method applies if you are comfortable using the Mac terminal program.
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    112 Just know the server to which you're trying to connect and use the keygen command to replace the error-producing line in your known_hosts file. You can type this command in from anyplace on the server. For example, if you were trying to connect to `mandela.mayfirst.org`, you can remove the offending key via the command line with:
     112You can start the Mac Terminal program by going to Applications -> Utilities and clicking on the Terminal icon. Then, a screen will open with a blinking cursor, awaiting for you to type a command.
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     114Just know the server to which you're trying to connect and use the keygen command to replace the error-producing line in your known_hosts file. For example, if you were trying to connect to `mandela.mayfirst.org`, you can remove the offending key via the command line with the followig command (note: it doesn't matter what directory you are in when you execute this command - it will automatically find the right file to edit).
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    113116{{{
    114117ssh-keygen -R mandela.mayfirst.org
     
    117120===== Using Finder =====
    118121
    119  * From Finder, select Go -> Go to folder...
     122 * From Finder, select Go -> Go to folder... (this step works with OS 10.4 but not work with other versions)
    120123 * Type:
    121124{{{