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#52 Set up a repo in a private server

Opened by lthms, on April 14, 2017
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lthms commented on April 14, 2017

Hi. I currently want to use pijul for a project I do not have nor can upload in the nest. Therefore, I have tried to create an empty repo on my server. When I want to push my patches to this repo, I get the following error:

pijul push user@domain:repo
error: SSH: Could not read key

I use an ED25519 SSH key and it works when I log using ssh. It is not a password protected key.

Any idea?

lthms commented on April 14, 2017

Now I wonder: do I need pijul to be installed on the remote server for this to work?

pmeunier commented on April 18, 2017

Yes, you do need Pijul on the other side. Sorry for being so late to answer, I'm still trying to test this.

pmeunier commented on April 18, 2017

As a consequence of the new build system, I could finally test it, and it works for me. You do need Pijul on the other side.

Also, my SSH local server uses only Ed25519 keys (client and server).

lthms commented on April 19, 2017

I will try to add pijul on the server; if it works, then the error message is very misleading. d: