I was upgrading the openssh-server package using
apt-get upgrade on my Ubuntu 7.04 server, in order to fix the debian PRNG security bug. I was doing so over an SSH connection (putty on windows) which I thought was ok but...
The upgrade seems to have hung at the following, it's like it wants me to click "Ok" in the "window" but of course I can't because I'm just in a shell.
Setting up openssh-server (4.3p2-8ubuntu1.5) ... Package configuration
ââââââââââââââââââââââââ¤ Configuring openssh-server âââââââââââââââââââââââââ â â â Vulnerable host keys will be regenerated â â â® â Some of the OpenSSH server host keys on this system were generated with â â a version of OpenSSL that had a broken random number generator. As a â â result, these host keys are from a well-known set, are subject to â â brute-force attacks, and must be regenerated. â â â â Users of this system should be informed of this change, as they will be â â prompted about the host key change the next time they log in. Use â â 'ssh-keygen -l -f HOST_KEY_FILE' after the upgrade has changed to print â â the fingerprints of the new host keys. â â â â The affected host keys are: â â â â â <Ok> â â âââââââââââââââââââââââââââââââââââââââââââââââââââââââââââââââââââââââââââââ
I notice that I can't connect any new ssh sessions to the server anymore, but an existing one I have open still works.
Any ideas how I can proceed?