WHY?: repository access denied. access via a deployment key is read-only.


I am trying to commit my new application to the repository for the first time.   Thought I followed the directions to a tee however I am getting the error in the subject line no matter what I try.

What is the trick to getting the first commit though?   Did I not set up my key properly?   It seems to tell me that keys are for read only access only but how does one commit with only read access?


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Deployment keys are to deploy. You need to install an ssh key, or push via HTTP.

I was looking for a place I could do that but was finding it not too obvious.   "Access Keys" was the only setting I could find.

that link is broken

oops.  it was broken when i clicked on it for some reason but a copy and paste found it

Hmm weird, trying again https://confluence.atlassian.com/bitbucket/set-up-ssh-for-git-728138079.html If it doesn't work, try copy pasting it in

that got it!   i just didn't see the other place to add keys before.  it's going now.   thanks!

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