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"authentication not supported" - is this related to some others reporting ssh issues Feb 3, 22?

Hi all,


Not sure when I last pushed or pulled from bitbucket, but I receiving "authentication not supported" when trying to push through https:// to my repo.  The "account password" change effective March 1 according to what I've read = shouldn't impact (yet).   I'm using Eclipse/egit - my cmd line skills are something to be desired.


I've replaced out some of the specifics with generics, but here is the Eclipse/java error flow:


Caused by: org.eclipse.jgit.errors.TransportException: authentication not supported
at org.eclipse.jgit.transport.TransportHttp.connect(
at org.eclipse.jgit.transport.TransportHttp.openFetch(
at org.eclipse.jgit.api.LsRemoteCommand.execute(
... 5 more


I will play around in cmd line, but this def stops me in my tracks at the moment.  Is this related to some of the other issues being reported a day or two ago w/ SSH comm doing what it looks - something similar if not the same?


Thank you.


1 answer

FYI - I needed to change the SSL java from Apache to the built-in one; assuming whatever apache was running had on older version of TLS or something.

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