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Abort repository error when cloning in Sourcetree on new mac installation

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Very strange issue, just setting up new mac with Sourcetree.

 

Installed Sourcetree and added my bitbucket account to preferences.

 

Successfully signed in using OAuth bitbucket google account...

Screenshot 2021-12-21 at 10.44.02.png

Which has created my ssh keys here...Screenshot 2021-12-21 at 10.47.20.png

I then added this to my .ssh config...Screenshot 2021-12-21 at 11.02.57.png

My repositories all load fine in Sourcetree remote tab...

Screenshot 2021-12-21 at 10.47.49.png

But when I try to clone my repo, there is spinning wheel and it never loads any branch information...

Screenshot 2021-12-21 at 11.00.jpg

If I try to clone this, I get repo abort repository error...

Screenshot 2021-12-20 at 12.17.44.png

I'm really struggling to figure out what I've done wrong here, I've never had this issue before setting up on other macs.

 

Any suggestions would be amazing thanks.

1 answer

Ok so I'm pretty sure I've worked out the problem.

 

For some reason I thought Sourcetree would automatically add the generated SSH key to my bitbucket account...

 

...but I remember now, I have to manually manage ssh keys in my bitbucket account settings.

 

I will update tomorrow... but I am 100% sure by adding my newly generated key (for my office mac), to my bitbucket SSH keys settings will fix the issue 👌🏼

 

https://bitbucket.org/account/settings/ssh-keys/

 

Screenshot 2021-12-21 at 21.23.50.png

 

I will update here tomorrow when I've fixed the issue. 👍🏼

Nope, by adding the SSH key to my keys does not fix the issue.


I am still getting the same abort error.

Like ammar likes this

Did you solve that?

coz I'm still getting it

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