I clone repo from Gihub and bitbucket successfully.
But i'm not lucky with private repo.
How can i clone a private repo from bitbucket.org to padogabox?
Add team (i found someone named pagodabox) ?
or add SSH public key?
I tried add SSH key: (pagodabox ssh public)
but it got error, it seems a invalid ssh key.
Now, what thing i can do ?
Someone added our public key to their account on bitbucket which is causing problems for people wanting to clone from a private repo. We’ve reached out to the person who did that and we’re awaiting their response. If we don’t get a response, we’ll probably just change our public key. The proper method is to add us to your team so that we can clone from it. For the time being, you may have to add us as a remote and deploy to an empty repo.
And what's username of pagodabox in bitbucket.org ? which i can add to my team?
It is pagodabox. We are still waiting on the other person to remove our key from their user so we can add it to ours however.
I want to clone private repo from Github so I try to add the key(http://help.pagodabox.com/customer/portal/articles/221647) for PagodaBox. However I can't add it.
Github ssid that.
Key is invalid. It must begin with 'ssh-rsa' or 'ssh-dss'. Check that you're copying the public half of the key
Is it same problem?
There a currently some glitches with cloning from private repos. In the mean time we suggest cloning the repo to your local machine, creating an app on pagoda via an empty repo, then pushing to it from your local.
This thread has a few months, but looks like this problem still exists.
I tried adding the key, with/without ssh-rsa at the beginning, trying SSH or HTTPS, no way..
Is it sufficient to add your BitBucket user as collaborator ?
You’re right that there are still issues with cloning private repo apps. The best option still is to clone it locally, then push to Pagoda like has been suggested. You’ll most likely need to have the repo locally anyway since the clone is just just for the initial launch anyway. Even if you were able to clone it, Pagoda wouldn’t be pulling any future updates from it. You’d still have to do that with a local repo.
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