When using SourceTree, the developers I am working with are on a PC and I am on a Mac. They tell me to follow these steps:
Tools -> Options -> Look for "SSH Key" and change that to look at your
id_rsa file that you created earlier in your home directory under .ssh
But on a Mac, I am not seeing the same menu options or ability for SSH Client Configuration - what to do?
You don't need to do anything special to setup SSH keys on a Mac because, unlike Windows, they are supported natively by the OS. Just create the SSH key from the command line if you haven't already (following the steps Nirmal set out) and then go into that .ssh directory to find the public key file. Copy the contents of that key file onto your clipboard and then paste them wherever you need them (such as your user profile on Stash/Bitbucket)
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