Originally posted by ehawk
Others are doubtless more knowledgeable, but these options may work:
1. Do you have ssh2 support? It is more secure than ssh anyway. Works the same way.
2. You can remove your .ssh file. You will then be asked if you want to accept the key when you attempt to use ssh again.
Thanks for your advice. Problem is now solved by deleting /root/.ssh/known_hosts.
I tried to read /root/.ssh/known_hosts with 'cat' and 'mc'. What I can
read are alphabetics and I can't understand their meaning.
Kindly advise which software can read its content.
Thanks in advance.