I am trying to connect to a Linux host using
ssh and get the following error
RSA host key for 10.1.1.20 has changed and you have requested strict checking.
I would like to override this, but can't seem to find any combination of options to do this.
I probably set StrictHostKeyChecking years ago, but don't remember how.
man ssh which informs me the system-wide configuration file is
/etc/ssh/ssh_config and default for the per-user configuration file is
~/.ssh/config neither exists.
EDIT To clarify my question, the option is clearly set. I am trying to discover
- Where the options are stored (I don't have the files mentioned in the man page, which appears to be wrong).
- How to change the options.
I am not looking at how to work around the issue I am having (I know I can edit the known_hosts file, but this is tedious every time I try a new server).