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From meberts <>
Subject Re: Site distribution url examples?
Date Wed, 20 Dec 2006 10:37:07 GMT

Just in case the problem still exists or anyone else has the same problem (I
had it too...), here is the solution:
You need the server's adress in the [user]/.ssh/known_hosts file, which as
the name implies tells the scp command to accept this server's fingerprint.
The easiest way to get this done is to do a manual deploy command on the
server. This will lead to a something like that:
[INFO] [deploy:deploy]
The authenticity of host '###.###.###.###' can't be established.
RSA key fingerprint is d7:bd:11:1c:74:43:24:31:e1:b8:b8:fe:e9.
Are you sure you want to continue connecting? (yes/no):

Answering the question with 'yes' the known_hosts file will be created or
the key will be added to an existing file. Continuum doesn't do that (maybe
a point for future releases) and that's why this error message appears. Any
later deployments to this server will use this fingerprint for
authentification and no message appears.

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