This question is in reference to Atlassian Documentation: Permission denied (publickey)
I'm following section "Your public key isn't loaded into Bitbucket Cloud" of the document but I don't see the SSH key option under account settings. Do I need special privileges to be able to see my ssh keys?
Hello @Ross Aribi,
I think the problem might be that you're clicking on the Atlassian account link and not the Bitbucket settings.
To access your SSH key on Bitbucket:
2. Click SSH keys they should be the first entry in the Security section.
3. Click Edit (the pencil icon) to view an existing key or click Add key to add a new key.
image2016-8-22 11:49:42.pngI hope this helps solve your problem.
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