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Unable to fech fingerprints, check host SSH connection and try again


I have configured SSH at my server(Linux, Ubuntu OS) and shared public keys with the Bitbucket which is installed on another laptop which runs windows.

I have completed almost all steps for creating this pipeline, but I am not able to fetch my hosts fingerprints to add into "Known hosts" in Bitbucket which seems to be last process.

I have tried doing "ssh" from my hosts side and it connects to the bitbucket to my user as I have shared the public key to the host's authorzed user file. But I want the Bitbucket now to connect to the host and add the hosts to its known hosts file.

I have read through almost all the threads and tried adding the port number as well. But it didn't work. Any help from the experts would be appreciated.


@Joshua Tjhin: I hope you can help me out here. :)

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I am facing the same issue. bitbucket is too hard to use

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