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Question - IDE Certificate error when using source control

Hysler

Member
I've scoured all of the topics talking about this but they're mostly from 2018. I keep getting an "Error: user cancelled certificate check: " error when I try to do anything with SC. For some reason this only happens on my desktop though, it works just fine with my laptop. Obviously problems arise when I'm working on my PC and need to update the repo, so this is getting pretty annoying. I've been manually pushing my code but was still wondering if there's a solution to this and why it only happens on my desktop.
 

FrostyCat

Member
Did you set your public+private keypair on your Desktop at File > Preferences > Plugins > Source Control (Git) > Add SSH Keypair Authentication? It has to be either the exact same one as on your laptop, or another pair that your remote repository is configured to recognize.
 

Hysler

Member
I've been using the User/Pass method. I just created a pair of SSH keys and linked them to a new test project to see if it would work and got an "Error: Failed to authenticate SSH session". Did the same on my laptop and successfully used them with no problems. Very strange.

Regardless, thanks for attempting to help. I'll just have to stick with using Git manually.
 
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