I have tried for a couple of days to get two factor authentication to work. I set up the keys as the instructions for linux say. I set up for two factor authentication.
I try to clone using ssh I get this error.
I try to set-url origin to ssh from http and pull, I get this error.
The other long post for this question was of not help.
Thank you so much for the response, I so appreciate it. Yes, I have added the public key generated to the SSH keys, and executed ssh command. I have done this so many times I lost count. Add, test, delete key, generate a new key, add, test, delete, do again.
Before bitbucket had a major upgrade a year or so ago in late 2019 or early 2020, I had this working. Moving to two factor Authentication, I can't seem to get this to work.
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