On Thu, Apr 20, 2000 at 12:58:42PM -0700, Archie Cobbs wrote:
> Just updated to -current.. previously, when ssh'ing to freefall,
> no password was required at all -- it just worked. Now I get this:
> $ ssh [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Warning: Server lies about size of server host key: actual size is 1023 bits vs.
> Warning: This may be due to an old implementation of ssh.
> Warning: identity keysize mismatch: actual 1023, announced 1024
> Agent admitted failure to authenticate using the key.
> Authentication agent failed to decrypt challenge.
> Enter passphrase for RSA key '[EMAIL PROTECTED]':
> This wouldn't be a big problem except for CVS_RSH=ssh .. meaning
> every cvs operation requires a password.
> Any ideas what I'm doing wrong?
You're using OpenSSH - I think removing the approprate entry from
your ~/.ssh/known_hosts, then logging in once and saving the
"new" hostkey fixed that problem.
Someone should do a study to find out how many human life spans have
been lost waiting for NT to reboot.
Ken Deboy on Dec 24 1999 in comp.unix.bsd.freebsd.misc
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