How to install a public key on your Bitbucket account

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    Anonymous

    someone new to this is going to copy/paste that RSA block into their account and get screwed royally.. can't the comment be deleted?

    25 Jul 2013
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      manthony

      Odd, didn't come over in the auto notifications. This is deleted. Thanks for your comment, which did come over.

      25 Jul 2013
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      mgainty

      like an idiot I followed Anthonys directions to the letter and got screwed..what text are you SUPPOSED to put in for Add Key?

      05 Sep 2013
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    Anonymous

    I guess I also followed these directions to the letter.  It's good that you've removed the bad advice, but now I don't know what I did or why it is bad.  "Screwed royally" doesn't sound good... 

    To be clear I can use the bitbucket website to participate in my project, but I'd rather use Mercurial.  But when I type

    $hg pull

    I am prompted for a password, which I no longer have.  Should I delete this key in the Passwords and Keys menu (on Ubuntu)? 

    Thanks for your advice. 

    07 Dec 2013
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    Anonymous

    Key begins form "ssh-rsa" and ends to "==". It is what You should paste into editbox.
    25 Feb 2014
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      Marcus Bertrand [Atlassian]

      Please don't try to copy/paste just that portion. Paste the entire contents of the .pub file. We automatically will strip out everything after the ==.

      25 Feb 2014
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    Leonardo Fuzeto

    I have a question about GIT + Bitbucket .... Saving the password is not git? Because every time I do a "git pull / git fetch / git push" is prompted for the password ... How to solve this? *Sorry for my english*

    08 Jun 2014
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      Dan Stevens [Atlassian]

      Good day Leonardo,

      If you look at the Set up Git -- deprecated section the second step for either Windows or Mac is how to install a credential helper which will pass your credentials for you when ever you take an action in Git. (smile) 

      Hope this helps. 

       

      09 Jun 2014
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