How to use fisheye with ssh key authentication... I have tried several ways... and all of them failed.
Unfortunatelly this is not a straight-forward description and it's a bit confusing.
In the end I would like to have something like bitbucket or github (upload your public key and you're done). I know it isn't currently possible. There are two options:
- Upload private key (you mean public key)...
- Generate keypair and it prints out pubkey (but it probably should print private key)...
And .git/config as it follows
[remote "origin"] url = git@fisheye:/git/myproject.git fetch = +refs/heads/*:refs/remotes/origin/*
Host fisheye Hostname example.com PubkeyAuthentication yes IdentitiesOnly yes IdentityFile ~/.ssh/fisheye.pub
We actually considered this feature here but due to other developments, it will not be addressed:
From product management:
Due to the deprecation of managed Git repositories in FishEye we are not going to tackle this issue.
Follow the link below to learn more about the deprecation of internally managed repositories:
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