On 11/9/20 3:40 PM, Kevin White wrote:
AWS's EC2 launch process can inject an SSH key into an image,
however, it can only inject RSA keys. It won't accept anything else.
Fedora 33 doesn't allow RSA keys for SSH.
Thus, when I launch an F33 image in EC2 (using the Cloud images, specifically:
I can't ssh into it.
Is there any way to actually use Fedora-Cloud-Base-33 in EC2?
Fedora recently upgraded it's crypto policies to be more secure including removing
support for weak algorithms. See https://www.openssh.com/txt/release-8.3
Try `ssh -oHostKeyAlgorithms=-ssh-rsa fedora(a)x.x.x.x`