I have 2 SSH keys I need to load when starting SourceTree, which are password-protected.
Since I am on Windows and can't use Pageant (due to its lack of support to OpenSSH keys) I have to use OpenSSH, but it doesn't properly work:
Is there a way to solve this? The only workaround is to re-add the SSH key I need just before fetching/pushing, if I remember I previously closed SourceTree or rebooted my PC.
Do you use the private keys for something that requires the openssh format? The conversion can work both ways, so you could merely keep the ppk format for your private keys, and convert your public keys to openssh or putty's public keys as necessary. I generate all my keys with puttygen, and invariably have to convert my public keys to openssh for installation on linux servers.
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