I tried to login to Bitbucket from Sourcetree and seem to be getting the same Login Error message:
Login failed for your Bitbucket account.
The remote service said: 'Login error'
How could I go about fixing this?
I had this problem. To fix:
1-go to source tree window, clicked remote
2-little gear icon, clicked "settings"
3-double clicked on Bitbucket server, changed protocol from default HTTPS to SSH
that's all it took to fix
I was able to get it working by following the steps below (Windows 8 OS)
Hope this helps
After many hours of fumbling around, removing the passwd file was the fix that finally worked for me, detailed here:
This fixed one error. However I then ran into problems trying to get SSH woring. Namely when I tried to clone a repository I got an error
"Authentication via SSH keys failed"
I created the SSH key using Tools > Create or Import SSH Keys.
The error asked "Do you want to launch the SSH key agent (Pageant) and retry?
When I tried this the error repeated.
I have added the key using Pageant in the system tray and set it to default.
Strangely I have now reverted back to HTTPS and things seem to be working.
Mac OSX 10.13.3 same issue - am entering correct Bitbucket server base url, username and password and am getting Login erro all the time... what a waste of time... I have SSH private key added to my key manager.
I just downloaded the latest SourceTree (funny - it doesn't even allow you to look up version before authentication - what a nonsense!). Have an older version on another machine and it's still working. Wasting more and more time with Atlassian products = starting to decrease my productivity significantly.
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