Pipeline : User-dialogue "The authenticity of host can't be established. Answer yes/no"

Hello together,

I want to publish a repository via ssh and bitbucket-pipelines to a remote repository. Therefore I created a ssh-key, installed it,...

Everything works fine, until I receive the following user dialogue:

"The authenticity of host abc.com can't be established. RSA key fingerprint is xyz. Are you sure you want to continue connecting (yes/no)?"

 

According to other posts I have two possibilities everything worked fine and I can do the following:

  • Answer with yes (how is it possible to do this in a bitbucket-pipeline)
  • add this host to the known_hosts-file, so the question doesn't appear anymore (I don't think I have write-access to this file)

 

Can anyone help me how I can solve this problem?

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Joshua Tjhin Atlassian Team Nov 23, 2016

Hi @Manuel Gelsen,

add this host to the known_hosts-file, so the question doesn't appear anymore (I don't think I have write-access to this file)

Since Pipelines doesn't have control over the build container, you will need to add IP to your SSH known host.

Cheers

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