Sublime uses SSH to authenticate to private rule feeds.
SSH URL Required
When adding a rule feed using SSH authentication to Sublime, you must use the SSH URL for the repository.
When creating an SSH key, make sure not to put a password on the key, since there is no way for Sublime to enter in the password. Don't worry though, the key is still encrypted in transit and at rest!
- Generate a new SSH key
- Add the new SSH key to either your GitHub account or as a deploy key for the private repository containing your feed
When adding a private feed to Sublime, you can optionally provide a known host public key as extra protection against configuration errors and man-in-the-middle attacks. An SSH connection will fail if the public keys don't match.
ssh-keyscan to look up the public key for your Git server. For example,
ssh-keyscan github.com will provide GitHub's current public key of:
Updated 10 months ago