[CentOS] SSH Authenticity Messages... Disable/
tnelson at rockbochs.com
Mon Jun 29 15:57:33 UTC 2009
Greetings CentOS community!
I connect to a very large number of new machines with a handful of my CentOS boxen. Whenever I connect to a new host, I *REALLY* would like to *NOT* see the error message such as this:
The authenticity of host 'w.x.y.z (w.x.y.z)' can't be established.
RSA key fingerprint is 62:7a:6c:e5:03:f5:47:be:23:a5:c5:e5:c3:60:9b:8d.
Are you sure you want to continue connecting (yes/no)? yes
Also, some of these systems are being setup with an automated login system via SSH keys which means I have to manually login to each of the boxes before the automated scripting will work just to clear the 'authenticity' error.
Is there a way to disable this error/authenticity check globally for a system? I understand it may not be the best practice in terms of security, but for an internal trusted host, I have no reservations making this change.
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