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    I recently updated my iPhone to 1.0.2 and now I can't access my iPhone - all I get is this error from Fugu



    Any ideas?

    Thanks



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    That means you reinstalled dropbear and the identification it gives has changed. I'm not familiar with Fugu, but you need to clear your cache of known hosts. Typically it is stored in ~/.ssh/known_hosts. You can safely delete that file, since it is just a cache of host ids. If Fugu uses a different file, you'll need to track down and clear its list of known hosts.

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    This happened to me too, turned out my IP had changed. Do as the previous poster said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ebika View Post
    That means you reinstalled dropbear and the identification it gives has changed. I'm not familiar with Fugu, but you need to clear your cache of known hosts. Typically it is stored in ~/.ssh/known_hosts. You can safely delete that file, since it is just a cache of host ids. If Fugu uses a different file, you'll need to track down and clear its list of known hosts.


    can any one tell me where can i delete ~/.ssh/known_hosts?

    and how??


    thanks

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    i have the same problem
    imac G4, imac G5, imac intel, apple tv, ipod 30 Gb, macbook, ibook g3, ibook g4, emac, iphone 8 Gb


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    Quote Originally Posted by apppledavid View Post
    i have the same problem
    I ended up just deleting Fugu then installing it again - solved all my problems..

    Thanks for the help everyone

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    easy way - look here http://www.hackint0sh.org/forum/show...8548#post28548
    another thread same thing

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