SSH problem using Netbeans and Git
I have looked at the other posts from the other folks regarding this issue but I still have problems getting ssh to work with netbeans & git on windows 7. I am new to git so I am sure I am missing something somewhere.
I have done
init git on my Ubuntu server. I have also set a
%HOME% under the “user variables for username” in system properties->advanced->environment variables and created a
.ssh folder in the path that I defined for
%HOME%. Now where so I get the key files? I copied them from the Ubuntu server to there but when I am trying to connect by netbean using ssh it still says
- How can I inhibit email@example.com in preference to firstname.lastname@example.org?
- Executing a command on a remote server with decoupling, redundancy, and asynchronous
- SVN+SSH Connection Giving Error 210002, Network Connection Closed Unexpectedly
- Sad story - git+ssh+ruby
- SSH Permission denied on reboot
- Git pull/push/clone doesn't work but SSH and git status/diff do work
ssh://email@example.com/git: reject HostKey: 184.108.40.206
What do I do wrong here?
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This is a known bug with NetBeans 7.0.1.
Bug 199263 – Cannot connect to remote repositories with just ssh public/private keys
Here is the link to their bug database:
Looks like it has been fixed for the next release (7.1). I tried it and it worked for me. Here is where I got the latest dev build:
Remember, dev builds may have some stability problems.
I’ve no Windows nor Netbeans at hand here, but that message looks like the 220.127.116.11 host is not in the
known_hosts file. Try doing
ssh 18.104.22.168 from the console, it should ask if you trust the hosts’ fingerprint, answer yes and it will be stored in