Logged into my Bitbucket account after not using it for a few years and authenticated through Google to come back to it. I was prompted to connect the earlier account to what I assume was a new one that Atlassian set up for me. The problem now is that when I get prompted for a password when I try to push code to Git and I use my previously saved Bitbucket password, I get an authentication error.
So basically, I'm just trying to figure out how I can log into Git from Terminal on my computer now. Should the old password still be working?
ssh worked, but i also had to edit the .git/config file:
url = https://<username>@bitbucket.org/<username>/<repo>.git
url = firstname.lastname@example.org:<username>/<repo>.git
in case someone doesn't know why this is asking for a password even after you've added your ssh public key
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