I have a target (ssh server) machine that is dualboot (2 x linuxes) I would like to be able to ssh from a single ssh client. Works Ok for the first OS but when I switch I have an RSA key problem and have to delete the key from the first OS (in known hosts file) to get the new one for the second OS. How can I eat my cake and have it (yes, that is correct ) so I can ssh to both OS?
As I understand it, this is about ssh recognising the mac/ip address of the ssh server machine, which doesn't change when I am dual booting....
Last edited by Joe90 (2014-03-20 19:16:28)
thats normal, you can either turn it off or:
make a public key.
something like this:
obviously you need to do it to both of your servers.
Last edited by wuxmedia (2014-03-20 18:37:14)
Ah, OK thanks. i have used this approach before, didn't realise it would work in the scenario I described. Many thanks
Ah, requires me to be the same user on remote hosts
Last edited by Joe90 (2014-03-20 20:30:23)