When trying to SSH into your enterprise on a Linux computer, you may see the following message in your terminal:
ssh -vT git@HOSTNAME ... Agent admitted failure to sign using the key. debug1: No more authentication methods to try. Permission denied (publickey).
For more details, see this issue report on Canonical Launchpad.
You should be able to fix this error by loading your keys into your SSH agent with
start the ssh-agent in the background eval "$(ssh-agent -s)" Agent pid 59566 ssh-add Enter passphrase for /home/YOU/.ssh/id_rsa: [tippy tap] Identity added: /home/YOU/.ssh/id_rsa (/home/YOU/.ssh/id_rsa)
If your key does not have the default filename (
/.ssh/id_rsa), you'll have to pass that path to
start the ssh-agent in the background eval "$(ssh-agent -s)" Agent pid 59566 ssh-add ~/.ssh/my_other_key Enter passphrase for /home/YOU/.ssh/my_other_key: [tappity tap tap] Identity added: /home/YOU/.ssh/my_other_key (/home/YOU/.ssh/my_other_key)