Remote build for iOS permission denied after build command
I've been struggling with getting past this issue for some time with my remote builds for iOS using a mac mini as the remote builder. This issue began after I had already had already gotten past the point of build command and received an error about the certificate on the Mac side missing the private key.
I generated a new SSH key from the project settings window, received no errors (and continue to have no errors there), but now every single time I try to build I am hit with this: "ERROR: Failed to run init commands on remote server isg-macmini. Output = Permission denied (publickey,password,keyboard-interactive)."
I have tried every solution posted to answerhub, including changing the permissions on the .key file generated to full control for only the USERS group, moving the .key file to a different directory and overriding the location in project settings and every other answer I could find on this topic.
Does anyone else have any idea what could be the cause of this? Is it possible that the lack of private key on the Mac is related? It's very difficult to tell when I just receive this error no matter what. The only other error I have received is because of too lax protection on the .key file, which is simply fixed, but just returns back to the Permission Denied error mentioned earlier.
Would really appreciate any help on this.
asked Nov 06 '18 at 02:58 PM in Packaging & Deployment
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