ssh key in sourcetree terminal

I have created a new ssh public and private keys using puttygen. copied public key in the stash server, and privatekey in  Pageant in my computer. I am able to clone the git repositories from sourcetree. Now I am trying to use git clone command from sourcetree terminal which is not allowing to use the same keys created. I copied the same public key which is earlier copied in stash to known_hosts also.

I get an error saying:

Permission denied (publickey).

fatal: Could not read from remote repository.

 

Please make sure you have the correct access rights

and the repository exists.

 

Can you suggest how I can be able to clone or pull repository through sourcetree terminal.

 

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You don't want to put your own public key in your own known_hosts - that's for something different.

The SourceTree terminal is just the command line git client. If you don't get an answer here quickly, you might try a site with a broader audience like StackOverflow, because there are more git purists there, and they tend to have more advanced knowledge about configuring git.

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Ok Seth Foss. Thank you for the help.

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You might try using the "default" name for the key (id_rsa) and put it in "c:\Users\{username}\.ssh

Terminal does not seem to always look to pageant for the key list

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