this is not a duplicate of Get SSH fingerprint from remote server securely?
My question is what are the ways to obtain the public-key fingerprint of a remote server.
I have a shared hosting account on GoDaddy and I logged in using SSH, I now want to go to /etc/ssh/ and use ssh-keygen to verify my fingerprint. but in this directory there is only a file for the RSA fingerprint which is pretty weird because why would they put the RSA key for display but not the DSA key?
Maybe this is actually the DSA fingerprint and the ssh-keygen is interpreting it wrong? is there a way to make ssh-keygen interprent it as DSA?
or am I missing something?