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Bitbucket fatal: Can't access remote

I tried to set up sftp connection between Bitbucket and Runcloud server. Runcloud only uses sftp connection. Bitbucket config:

image: php:7.3

     - step:
         name: Deploy to production
         deployment: production
           - apt-get update
           - apt-get -qq install git-ftp
           - git ftp init --user $SFTP_username --passwd $FTP_password sftp://runcloud@

Connection always fails with error fatal: Can't access remote 'sftp://', exiting...

I tried a different sftp Path combination but the result always the same. sftp:// sftp://mywebsite/home/runcloud/webapps/mywebsite/wp-content/themes/mywebsiteTheme

My website Root Path: /home/runcloud/webapps/mywebsite Public Path: /home/runcloud/webapps/mywebsite

Runcload have different as "normal" set up for ftp. For example to conect with FileZila HOST is my server ip. And to get to my website i have to navigate /webapps/mywebsite enter image description here

Not sure what I doing wrong is my sftp path incorrect?

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davo20019 I'm New Here Mar 04, 2021

I think you should use the --insecure parameter.


git ftp init --user $SFTP_username --passwd $FTP_password --insecure sftp://runcloud@

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