If you are seeing the following error when trying to install NodeJS, I have an easy solution for you. This is the error
Preparing to unpack .../nodejs_16.20.0-deb-1nodesource1_amd64.
This happens because in newer versions of the OpenSSH client the ssh-rsa key exchange algorithm (specifically the SHA1 signature - more info here) is no longer trusted by default.
If you are using
You are using Alacritty terminal and you have logged into a remote host via ssh and when you try to type a command like clear it says this:
'alacritty': unknown terminal
The easiest way to persist ssh keys across different terminal sessions is to use the keychain tool.
Depending on your operating system, the command will vary
Ubuntu and Debian Derivatives
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