I am attempting to setup autofs to connect and share files on windows 10 PC with Vero 4K+
I screwed it up entirely of course so I have reinstalled OSMC and you probably know what I am about to say…
I cannot get ‘back in’ to the Vero from powershell, I get the warning message and when I attempt the keygen line, it tells me Windows doesn’t support that.
I’m sure one of you will know exactly what to do.
I have no shame in saying that I live in doofusville when it comes to anything more complex than making a folder in Windows 10, so any instructions need to be suitable for a 3 year old.
Thanks in advance.
Check this out
Alternatively you might want to use an SSH client like putty
Hi, thanks, but I have read that already and I was none the wiser.
Would it just be easier to install Putty and is the problem likely to occur with that program too, because I just know I’m going to be reinstalling OSMC about 523 times over the bank holiday weekend.
Well every ssh client will present a warning if the ssh key of the remote system changes (which happens with a reinstall) but maybe in putty it is easier for you to delete the offending key
Ok, sounds promising, and presumably that would be done in Putty like this…
- Open up ‘regedit.exe’ by doing a search.
- Navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\SimonTatham\PuTTY\SshHostKeys
- Delete all keys in there or delete the individual host key.
I was just getting used to powershell, is there definitely no quickfire way to solve the issue without going to putty?
It is, and it is explained in the link I have added