Here you will learn how to use your TKey for SSH operations towards Bitbucket together with our app tkey-ssh-agent.
Installation and usage
Linux / macOS / Windows
Adding your public SSH key to your Bitbucket account
Note: Before proceeding, you must install tkey-ssh-agent on your device and generate a public SSH key, as described here.
- Follow the instructions on Bitbucket about configuring SSH and two-step verification.
- Follow the instructions on Bitbucket about using SSH keys to secure Git operations.
Testing your TKey for Bitbucket operations
- Enter a git command in your terminal that requires your permission. For example cloning a private repository. The status indicator on your TKey flashes green when a confirmation is needed.
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:<workspace>/<repository>.git
- Touch the touch sensor on your TKey to confirm the operation.
If you run into trouble with the SSH connection, look for help in the Bitbucket support center.
If you run into trouble with the SSH connection, the best place to start are: