When I try to run duplicity between two Ubuntu servers, a message is displayed:
"The authenticity of host ...... can't be established. SSH-RSA key fingerprint is 102:...:...:...:...:......."
The fingerprint appears to be made up of 16 numbers in the 100s-200s range
Does anyone know what this format is please? I'm struggling to find a way to generate it on the target server to compare against.
Edit - if I uninstall duplicity 0.8.20 from the duplicity-release-git PPA and instead install 0.7.17 from the Ubuntu PPA and again try to run the duplicity command it shows the SSH-RSA key fingerprint in the expected Md5 (42:.....) hex format so the issue appears to be related to duplicity 0.8