how can I use the sourcetree embedded git client from the terminal with ssh authentication? I'm able to clone a repo via the gui (via putty setup), but an equivalent git clone command via the terminal fails
hi, I can do a "git clone" via the gui using putty in the background, but when I start a terminal, and use the git embedded client (1.8.3) to do a "git clone", then I get ssh authentication failures. This works via the gui without issues (sourcetree 184.108.40.206)
git clone ssh://stash.company.com/cad/gitbm.git Cloning into 'repo'... ssh_control_listener_bind(): No such file or directory fatal: Could not read from remote repository
I can login via sourcetree gui, and putty, but not via the embedded git command via the terminal. "$GIT_SSH" reports "plink: Release 0.63". I can do "$GIT_SSH" stash.server.com, but I cannot do "git ls-remote" from the command line. It's like the embedded git version refuses to read $GIT_SSH
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