I'm using macOS Sierra (10.12.2) on MacBook Pro (Early 2011). I have been using SourceTree since last year but this is the first time I am adding my accounts after I clean install my OS. I used to manually clone the repositories one by one.
I just installed SourceTree 2.4 (93) and try adding second account. That's when I found an error.
When I first download SourceTree, the setup process walk me through setting up the first account, which is GitHub account, at that works fine. After that, I go to Accounts in `Preferences` and add my second account which is Bitbucket account. I can `Connect Account` just fine and my username showed up. I click OK and then go to `remote` repository tab to see repository. That's when SourceTree display an error as follow:
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I was asked to enter the Atlassian account again. I entered my username and password, but the error still keep coming back.
Then I tried running SourceTree from terminal, and I see that SourceTree cannot write token in keychain as follows:
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So it seem that the problem is: SourceTree cannot write to `Keychain Access`, except for initial setup.
Are there any solution to this problem?
Thank you very much!
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