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[Host's public key] SSH host keys are stored in /etc/ssh/, which you generally do not need to choose. These keys were generated when the openssh-server package was installed.
You can list the fingerprint of the keys by ssh-keygen -l -f /etc/ssh/ssh_host_key.pub though you will need to repeat this for each public key.
[private key] ... By default, ssh-keygen will create a key for the current user, which, by default, will be stored in ~/.ssh.
I installed openssh-server and created a key with ssh-keygen. I then attempted to test it using local port forwarding by doing ssh -L 8080:www.nytimes.com:80 127.0.0.1. However, the key fingerprint...