How to push changes to a linked repository?

I'm trying to push some changes that happen during a build plan to a linked repository, but I keep getting the same error message:

19-Feb-2015 17:01:16Host key verification failed.
19-Feb-2015 17:01:16fatal: Could not read from remote repository.
19-Feb-2015 17:01:16 
19-Feb-2015 17:01:16Please make sure you have the correct access rights
19-Feb-2015 17:01:16and the repository exists.

Here's the script task I'm using to try to push:

# set the origin remote to our developer sandbox
gitremote=`git remote -v`
if [[ -z $gitremote  ]]; then
    git remote add origin $devrepourl
elif [[ $gitremote == *nothing* ]]; then
    git remote set-url origin $devrepourl
fi
# set up git user
if [[ -z $bamboouser ]]; then
    bamboouser="Atlassian Bamboo"
fi
 
git config user.name $bamboouser
git config user.email $bambooemail
     
# add, commit and push changes
filelist=`git status -s`
if [[ -n $filelist ]]; then
    git add src/*
    git commit -a -m "$commitmsg $filelist"
    returnval=`git push origin $branchname`
    if [[ -z $returnval ]]; then
        exit 0;
    else
        exit 1;
    fi
else
    echo '**** Nothing to commit ****'
    exit 1
fi

I'm using this cookbook for Atlassian - https://developer.atlassian.com/display/SFDC/Setting+Up+Continuous+Integration+and+Deployment. I've also replaced every variable by the real value (username/password/server), just to make sure this wasn't the problem. I also set the right private key in my Shared Credentials, and the public key in an user profile that has R/W access to the specific linked repository.

Any idea how I could fix this?

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I'm having the same problem here as well - between Bamboo and Stash.

 

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