On Thu, 16 Apr 2020, ahriman wrote:
I'll mention this on IRC as well. I pruned some older SSH host keys from
~inst, so some of you may get an error when connecting that the
fingerprint doesn't match what's expected.
You may double-check the new fingerprint by checking the SSHFP record. I
also put it on the web site below the language/shells list.
Just for reference, if you want to check the fingerprints against the
SSHFP DNS record it can be done like this:
ssh -o "VerifyHostKeyDNS ask" tilde.institute
This otion can be set on youf ~/.ssh/config if you prefer. For more
information take a look at the man page for ssh_config(5) and the
"VERIFYING HOST KEYS" section of ssh(1).