https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Sbh5N1eMKsO85fkaMoAJnVT2VTifAoy4uZtJCJ4BEN4/editGood day, I am trying to install Raspberry Pi model 4″headless” following your tutorial that is referenced in the MQTT set up using a Raspberry for the host. I have a MAC with the current Ventura OS. I hope the link to google docs showing the terminal results is attached. I have no idea how to “add correct host key in /var/root/.ssh/known_hosts to get rid of the offending ED25529 key in /var/root/.ssh/known_hosts:1”. Hoping you can save me. Judson
I’m glad you were sable to solve the issue.
I’ll mark this issue as resolved. If you need further help, you just need to open a new question in our forum.
I have not solved this issue. I was able to log on once on a second computer but found that now I get this same message on both. I erased both Mac Pros and restarted from scratch 2 times on each. No luck. It seems that once there is a key that is incorrect, the raspberry pi clamps down due to a hacking concern. I saw a post about getting into the referenced file and putting in the appropriate key or just deleting keys. Any help is greatly needed and appreciated. A google docs link to the message is included. I am careful about keeping the host name and username straight as well as keeping the system password and raspberry pi passwords straight.
I found the following issues:
Seems to be the same as yours.
Check the proposed solutions and let me know if that fixes your issue.
Thank you. I saw those referenced links and tried what I could. Most of them were outside my capabilities.
Found an easy solution. I simply started over(for the 7th time) but changed the “host”name. It appears that once I previously entered an incorrect password or changed the username, the pi perceived me as an invader. Just by changing the host name, seems to be working.