How to link your first Bitbucket repository

As a depositor you have to link at least one repository to send out invitations to your beneficiaries. . To begin, you have to be signed in with your depositor account and create a new repository. Choose a display name that will be used in our software – it does not have to match the name of your Bitbucket repository. Enter the SSH URL of your repository and don’t forget to remove ‘git clone’ in front of your link. Your Beneficiaries will be able to see these.

Generate SSH Key

Once you have completed step one you can generate an SSH key and add the generated key to your bitbucket.org repository settings. Open your repository on bitbucket.org, press ‘more’, then ‘Share repository’ and click ‘Access keys’ in the left-hand menu. Use the ‘Add key’ button, enter a descriptive label for your key, and paste the key into the text field. Confirm using the ‘Add SSH key’ button.

Now you can head back to 42escrow and use the ‘Check repo’ button to see if everything is working.