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Thread: Fugu Help

  1. #1
    Default Fugu Help
    I recently did a recovery on my phone, i installed open SSH now when i try to connect to fugu i get an error message.
    Remote Host identification had changed. Whats going on?

    I really need help with this, can some one help me?
    Last edited by xplod4202; 09-18-2007 at 11:45 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

  2. #2
    Quote Originally Posted by xplod4202 View Post
    I recently did a recovery on my phone, i installed open SSH now when i try to connect to fugu i get an error message.
    Remote Host identification had changed. Whats going on?

    I really need help with this, can some one help me?

    Go into your home folder hit Apple Shift G and type in .ssh and delete known host!
    16GB iPhone 1.1.4
    Nokia 8600 Luna
    Blackberry 8820

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    esharad (08-31-2008)

  4. #3
    Quote Originally Posted by loveanh View Post
    Go into your home folder hit Apple Shift G and type in .ssh and delete known host!
    I am sorry, but i am new with mac, just getting use to it. By home folder you mean????

  5. #4
    Quote Originally Posted by xplod4202 View Post
    I am sorry, but i am new with mac, just getting use to it. By home folder you mean????
    double click on your HD
    once it's open to the right is a house icon
    click on the house and the press the "apple" key +shift +G then type in ".ssh"
    16GB iPhone 1.1.4
    Nokia 8600 Luna
    Blackberry 8820

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    esharad (08-31-2008), xplod4202 (09-19-2007)

  7. #5
    Thanks, a bunch

  8. #6
    Quote Originally Posted by xplod4202 View Post
    Thanks, a bunch
    glad it worked, someone else on here helped me with those instructions
    16GB iPhone 1.1.4
    Nokia 8600 Luna
    Blackberry 8820

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    deadpoet (04-02-2008)

  10. #7
    Thank you. I was having the same problem.

  11. #8
    Another way is to execute this command in the terminal
    rm ~/.ssh/known_hosts

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    esharad (08-31-2008)

  13. #9
    i had this same exact problem. probably because you used ssh with that ipod then did a firmware restore or reinstalled openssh. unix machines dont trust a device that has a changed key because it thinks there is something funky going on.

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