Permission denied (publickey). fatal: Could not read from remote repository. Please make sure you have the correct access rights and the repository exists.
Thats why i suspected, but now I have added the ssh key from the cpanel account (I have a WHM and 3 accounts)
I added the rsa one, does that make a difference? http://screencast.com/t/QtYeaxN9i9q
But I am getting the same error http://screencast.com/t/iZ17U2mn44mh
Here is what I am trying to do
I'm facing the same problem. I have followed the steps in the guide by Bitbucket which tells how to set up a new SSH key and add it globally to Bitbucket. I did it via the Sourcetree GUI, but I still keep getting the message that Sourcetree could not read from the remote repository. I don't understand how to fix this.
Make sure you have added your key to your bitbucket profile settings and not your repository settings. The guide on how to generate a new ssh key does not explicitly make a distinction between the two. If you have added your key to the settings within your repository, then you won't have the correct access rights.
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