From: Victor A. Wagner Jr. (vawjr_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-04-30 15:08:45
I noticed that someone has "fixed" this (you cannot see the 'y' I typed
after .....safe choice.):
C:\Projects\boost>cvs co -c
WARNING - POTENTIAL SECURITY BREACH!
The server's host key does not match the one PuTTY has
cached in the registry. This means that either the
server administrator has changed the host key, or you
have actually connected to another computer pretending
to be the server.
The new key fingerprint is:
ssh-dss 1024 02:ab:7c:aa:49:ed:0b:a8:50:13:10:c2:3e:92:0f:42
If you were expecting this change and trust the new key,
hit Yes to update PuTTY's cache and continue connecting.
If you want to carry on connecting but without updating
the cache, hit No.
If you want to abandon the connection completely, hit
Cancel. Cancel is the ONLY guaranteed safe choice.regex -a
At Friday 2004-04-30 04:09, you wrote:
>I'm seeing the same errors as Victor: checking on sourceforge I see :
>( 2004-04-29 14:11:35 - Project CVS Service ) As of 2004-04-28 the CVS
>services will no longer function with the hostname of
>cvs.PROJECTNAME.sourceforge.net. You should change your CVS commands to use
>the host cvs.sourceforge.net and that should resolve any outstanding issues
>that you may have. This issue came about as a result of upgrading from BIND
>8 to BIND 9 which doesn't allow for a wildcard in the middle of a hostname.
>Which I think is the problem, unfortunately I think this also breaks my
>existing working copy completely, because the hostname is coded inside the
>CVS project files all over the place isn't it?
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