This is not an in-depth article — have too much going on these days for that. It is a more a short-hand techie crib sheet of how I got a deployment repo to auto-pull the latest changes to its develop branch over to my staging server automatically. This is pulling down a fully software environment to a directory on the server.
User Management SSH Login With Keys From Your Computer Make sure you have created a private/public key pair. There are tons of articles online about how to use openSSH (for real operating systems) or some convoluted third-party app like Pagent or Putty to generate an SSH key. Copy the contents of your id_rsa.pub file (you can use this public key on multiple services, BTW, they do not need to be unique per service. On The Server Login with your user … Continue reading “Some Linux User and SSH Tips and Tricks”
Hopefully this article will save at least one other person an hour of their life trying to figure out why they cannot clone a Bitbucket repository when using SSH. My projects are broken into several teams, each with their own developer and administrator users. Each team has a number of repositories that are being managed. There is one common denominator; I have admin access to all repositories. That means my Bitbucket user should have full read/write/admin privileges on all repos. … Continue reading “Bitbucket Permission Denied / Conq”