I am using vmware with Fedora 5.
The funny thing is that I have had this problem before and it seems to come and go. After dinner I restarted my computer, started VMWare and Fedora and now ssh is working again. Why, I don't know.
And I don't have a .ssh subdirectory.
> Date: Thu, 28 Sep 2006 20:48:55 -0700
> From: dhylands@...
> Subject: [Gumstix-users] ssh
> To: gumstix-users@...
> Message-ID: <200609290348.k8T3mt5s003836@...>
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> Hi Rock,
> On 9/27/06, info@... <info@...> wrote:
> > After reinstalling the tools I am not able to ssh to the gumstix anymore.
> > It was working flowlessly until now. Below is the message I get, but I
> > have a .ssh directory nor do I have a known hosts file. The gumstix is
> > and I can access it through the terminal under windows XP.
> Believe it not, you probably do have a known_hosts file. It gets
> created whenever you connect to a host.
> What I do is to locate the known_hosts file, and I normally just
> delete the line containing the IP address I'm trying to connect to.
> Are you using cygwin?
> Look in c:\root\.ssh or c:\cygwin\root\.ssh on your windows machine
> (or if you're using cygwin, try /root/.ssh)
> Dave Hylands
> Vancouver, BC, Canada