Setting up my network services on Arch

After having set up X (not sure I really can call just installing it “setting up” though ) and Gnome, which of course included installing and configuring Xmonad, I went on to configure some network-related stuff. At home I use mDNS to make it easy to connect to the computers we have at home. I …

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Cleaning up in ~/.ssh/known_hosts

I just noticed that Debian’s ssh does the right thing and uses hashes rather than IP addresses in ~/.ssh/known_hosts. So, how do you keep the list of known hosts minimal if you can’t delete entries manually any longer? ssh-keygen has two commandline options that help % ssh-keygen -F <hostname> % ssh-keygen -R <hostname> The first …

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