Le 2023-08-14 21:16, Todd Zullinger a écrit :
Mike Wright wrote:
I recall a discussion that may have said RSA was not being accepted in
and a different type was being preferred, possibly ecdsa?
It's only old RSA1 keys which use SHA1 which are not
accepted by default. RSA keys which use a SHA2 algorithm
are perfectly acceptable.
What could be helpfull would be to tell people how to create a SHA2
I have a ssh connexion problem after upgrading a remote machine to f38
and it is hard to find out what to do to solve the problem.
I succeeded (at last!):
ssh-keygen -t rsa-sha2-256 -b 4096
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