[Pharo-dev] IceCredentialsProvider sshCredentials ?

Tim Mackinnon tim at testit.works
Tue May 7 19:18:41 EDT 2019


Not sure if this helps - but that error is rather arbitrary.

I  got the same when I deleted the local iceberg directory vs my project directory in iceberg. Could this be a possibility? It doesn’t react well to missing directories?

Tim

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> ?On 7 May 2019, at 15:33, Sven Van Caekenberghe <sven at stfx.eu> wrote:
> 
> I am trying to deploy on a server by building a Pharo image there.
> 
> I want to use a readonly 'deploy user', using a specific certificate.
> 
> I have been trying lots of things, but I cannot get where I want.
> 
> So the user account is arbitrary, it just contains a key pair. If I add the key pair to the ssh-agent, I can clone my repository on the command line.
> 
> Now I want to script this from Pharo. The script starts as follows:
> 
> | remote location |
> remote := IceGitRemote url: 'ssh://git@bitbucket.myhost.be:1234/tthree/t3-pharo.git'.
> location := FileLocator localDirectory / 'iceberg' / remote projectName.
> 
> IceRepositoryCreator new 
> remote: remote;
> location: location;
> createRepository.
> 
> On my development machine (macOS), this works fine.
> But this does not work on the Linux server, it says
> 
> IceAuthenticationError: There was an authentication error while trying to execute the operation: . 
> This happens usually because you didn't provide a valid set of credentials. 
> You may fix this problem in different ways: 
> 
> 1. adding your keys to ssh-agent, executing ssh-add ~/.ssh/id_rsa in your command line.
> 2. adding your keys in settings (open settings browser search for "Use custom SSH keys" and
> add your public and private keys).
> 3. using HTTPS instead SSH (Just use an url in the form HTTPS://etc.git)
> 
> It does not matter if the ssh-agent has the certificate listed (ssh-add).
> 
> Adding 
> 
> IceCredentialsProvider useCustomSsh: true.
> IceCredentialsProvider sshCredentials
>   publicKey: '/home/t3/.ssh/id_deploy_pharo_ed25519.pub';
>   privateKey: '/home/t3/.ssh/id_deploy_pharo_ed25519'
> 
> Does not make a difference. Is this supposed to work ?
> 
> Maybe there is some other problem ?
> 
> Sven
> 
> 




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