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I tried to use the SSH protocol for our local Stash server. Trying to specify the Host URL - like ssh://firstname.lastname@example.org:7999/ - I'll always get a message about a malformed URL. Using HTTPS instead is possible and works, but I don't want to use user credentials here.
How can I configure the access using the SSH protocol?
First you need to upload your SSH key into your account on the Stash server at http://<serverURL>/plugins/servlet/ssh/account/keys
Once you are done with this, I think you just need to just write http://<serverURL>/ into the dialog above.
I've already added my keys on the server side. I can use the "clone using SourceTree" link within the Stash Web UI, but I can't use ssh for the local SourceTree integration as shown above. Using http(s) as suggested works, but I want to use ssh instead to avoid the user credentials here.
I'm trying to do the same thing. https access to my local Stash server works fine, but when I try to browse the remote repos using ssh authentication, I am prompted for a password which doesn't make sense since ssh authentication doesn't need a password. If I enter something in the password field, ST now tells me that I have a malformed URL. I'm getting the impression that the ST devs didn't ever actually test this.
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