What does 'ssh -v' report when you attempt to connect to this machine?
Depending on where you upgraded from, you may now have also upgraded your openssh to the point where rsa+sha1 is no longer supported: https://security.stackexchange.com/questions/226131/openssh-declares-ssh-rsa-deprecated-what-do-i-do-next which means you may need 'PubkeyAcceptedKeyTypes=+ssh-rsa' or similar: https://levelup.gitconnected.com/demystifying-ssh-rsa-in-openssh-deprecation-notice-22feb1b52acd
But it's all just a guess unless you tell us what ssh -v tells you...
Since I upgraded to f38 it is impossible to connect to a machine using ssh rsa-key....
the file .ssh/authorized_keys has not change, but any remote connection to this machine asks for a password....
Is there something to change with selinux?
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