I’m using Gitea inside Docker, was version 1.16.6, is now 1.16.9 and until recently the SSH pass-through had been working fine. But suddenly I’m getting the following error when I try to pull from an old repo.
Gitea: Invalid repo name
fatal: Could not read from remote repository.
Please make sure you have the correct access rights
and the repository exists.
After a bit of digging I finally got a relevant error message by adding
ENABLE_SSH_LOG = true to my app.ini though I’m not sure where to go from here.
gitea | Accepted publickey for git from 172.18.0.1 port 45396 ssh2: RSA SHA256:...................
gitea | 2022/07/20 02:20:34 ...s/private/ssh_log.go:27:SSHLog() [E] ssh: Invalid repo name: local/bin/gitea:
The important part is at the end
[E] ssh: Invalid repo name: local/bin/gitea:
So the first step in pass-through seems to be working, but then the gitea SSH server seems to be getting part of the
authorized_keys command line passed to it? My
authorized_keys file has the usual entries in it like…
command="/usr/local/bin/gitea --config=/data/gitea/conf/app.ini ......
The only things I can think of that could have changed are on my desktop, neither the host or docker image (prior to debugging) have been updated in weeks.