When using the extension with WSL2, it doesn't allow me to login and says:
Authentication cannot be done while running remotely.
Is there a way around this? or can I initiate the connection from WSL2's Ubuntu with some command line?
@Rolf Chen We are actively working on supporting VS Code remote development. You can watch this issue for progress - https://bitbucket.org/atlassianlabs/atlascode/issues/429/can-not-login-into-bitbucket-cloud-from.
Meanwhile, can you try disconnecting from WSL, then authenticating with Jira from the extension settings, and connecting to WSL again and see if that works?
I, too, am running into this.
I was able to get it working by authenticating while not connecting to WSL and then connecting. I was able to work with the jira extension features for a day or two while in WSL and then tonight it mysteriously stopped working with the same error that @felipe_rios mentioned.
I followed these steps, but it did not resolve my issue: https://bitbucket.org/atlassianlabs/atlascode/issues/407/jira-issues-not-working-anymore
If I run VSCode without WSL, the extension works as expected.
Would you have any further advice at this point?
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