I've created a gitolite server. I configured my Linux user as the administrator of the gitolite-admin project. From 3 different machines I was able to clone the repository with no problem using my private key.
On my own machine I keep on getting "authentication via SSH keys failed".
I am using pageant. I reinstalled source tree and pagenat but still get the same result. I am able to connect with SSH (putty and winscp) to my user on the server, using my private with pageant.
in all machines I run the same sourcetree version 188.8.131.52.
Any ideas how to proceed?
I get "Permission denied (public key)". But if I take down the pageant I keep on getting the same error, I would expect to get a message that it can't open a connection to the authentication agent. Does it mean that maybe I have another authentication agent I am not aware of? I tried to look for such one in the task manager, but couldn't find any.
I have winscp installed on the machine as well. Winscp also uses pageant if you don't specify a specific private key. I tried winscp when pageant was not running and it couldn't authenticate, then I started pageant and winscp authenticated. So I think the problem is something between source tree and pageant.
Except you can't connect from the command line either, which narrows down the issue even more - it is between GIT (or Hg, you haven't specified) and pageant. It is certainly possible someone here knows something, but Atlassian does not develop either Git or Hg, it just calls the appropriate commands. If those fail, it passes the error back to the user to figure out.
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