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I am working in Bitbucket, and I have actived the ssh in the repository of bitbucket.
After configuring the ssh, i want to clone a repository git in my computer.
I have this command i GIT Bash:
git clone ssh://git@myIP:port/project/repo.git
after executing the command, he asked me the pasword for git and i don't know.
Can you help me please!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
No; the SSH client on your local machine needs the passphrase to be able to use the key for authentication with Bitbucket. The prompt for the passphrase comes from your local machine, not Bitbucket (and as a result, the passphrase isn't even sent to Bitbucket).
With respect to 'git' in the clone URL, Bitbucket doesn't use it for authentication. It only looks at the SSH public key that's used. If the key matches the key that you've uploaded, you're successfully authenticated.
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