I tried to connect to ssh with pipelines, but got this error :
Pseudo-terminal will not be allocated because stdin is not a terminal.
ssh_askpass: exec(/usr/bin/ssh-askpass): No such file or directory
Permission denied, please try again.
I used the bitbucket keys, and installed them on my server.
Was wondering if it could from the docker image. I used the default one.
Any suggestion ?
I could ssh my ubuntu server without any problem after having created a key in bitbucket pipelines as describred in doc.
I use the node:6.9.4 image and simply added
ssh -t email@example.com "cd /var/my/path ; yarn install -prod"
in my pipeline script.
Did you add the target server in known_hosts ?
What is the line in the script that throws the message ?
Thanks for your answer.
I didn't add the target server in known_hosts because bitbucket asks for the key fingerprint of the server. I thought it was sufficient.
But I finally managed to make it work by adding :
- eval `ssh-agent -s` - ssh-add ~/.ssh/id_rsa - ssh-add -l
before the ssh command, if I use a custom made key.
This trick doesn't work for bitbucket keys, but I should try to add this known_hosts file.
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