Re: New woody machine, can't ssh to it.
From /usr/share/doc/ssh/README.Debian.gz :
SSH now uses protocol 2 by default
This means all your keyfiles you used for protocol version 1 need to
be re-generated. The server keys are done automatically, but for RSA
authentication, please read the ssh-keygen manpage.
If you have an automatically generated configuration file, and decide
at a later stage that you do want to support protocol version 1 (not
recommended, but note that the ssh client shipped with Debian potato
only supported protocol version 1), then you need to do the following:
Change /etc/ssh/sshd_config such that:
Also add the line:
(you may need to generate a host key if you do not already have one)
Daniel Cordeiro wrote:
i have this problem too...
[daniel@linux:~] # ssh -1 localhost
[daniel@linux:~] # ssh -2 localhost
I'm using OpenSSH_3.0.2p1 from woody.
In Tue, 22 Jan 2002 18:10:38 -0500
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