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The folks over at Envoyer.io told me the issue we are having is on Bitbucket's side. This is the error message we are receiving when trying to deploy from Envoyer.
Downloading the code repository. Found tarball URL: https://bitbucket.org//xxxxhiddenxxxxx//get/469c1c3e05a83bdaXXXHIDDENXXXXfc2fc1e90e0.tar.gz --2023-10-19 23:54:41-- https://bitbucket.org//xxxxhiddenxxxxx//get/469c1c3e05a83bdaXXXHIDDENXXXXfc2fc1e90e0.tar.gz Resolving bitbucket.org (bitbucket.org)... 188.8.131.52, 184.108.40.206, 220.127.116.11, ... Connecting to bitbucket.org (bitbucket.org)|18.104.22.168|:443... connected. HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 404 Not Found 2023-10-19 23:54:41 ERROR 404: Not Found.
Any tips or ideas I can try?
Hi Don and welcome to the community!
Are you using a wget command to get the tar.gz file with the repo's source code?
If so, the most likely reason for this error is that we return a 404 error code for unauthenticated requests. The wget command always waits for the 403 challenge from the server before it sends the credentials to the server. However, our server initially sends a 404 status to the client and wget doesn't send credentials later on.
You can use the --auth-no-challenge flag with the wget command to solve this issue.
Alternatively, you could also use curl to download the file.
Please feel free to let me know how it goes and if you have any questions.