Something strange is going on with my Sourcetree. Each day I need to generate new ssh keys otherwise I get 'permission denied' error. I need to manually delete the old ones from the ssh folder on my mac because if I just copy the old one and try to insert it again in bitbucket I get 'key already exists' error so it's not the key that it doesn't match but it's something else.
I noticed that the problem happens once I close Sourcetree and then open it again. This is the error I get:
And then I check this:
I click copy to clipboard and then go to integrations> ssh in bitbucket and after I try to insert the key I get this:
So if I try to enter the key again I get that message so everything is ok with my key, nothing is modifying it.
To be able to fix this I need to manually remove the key from my ssh folder, generate new one and then add it to bitbucket. After that it works, until I close Sourcetree, and then again.
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