Download the Git version corresponding to your system at https://git-scm.com/downloads and follow the installation instructions.
On Windows, open the Git Bash program.
On Linux, open a terminal instance.
Create an SSH key using the command corresponding to your system,
ssh-keygen.exefor Windows and
Put the generated key files in the following folder: C:\Users\User_Name\.ssh on Windows, /home/User_Name/.ssh on Linux.
Add the generated public key to settings of your Git server.
On Windows, use the following command to create a known-hosts file:
ssh-keyscan.exe -H git_server_hostname >> known_hosts
On Linux, use the following command:
ssh-keyscan -H git_server_hostname >> known_hosts
Create a config file in your .ssh folder
Add the following content and adapt it to your configuration:
Hostname git_server_hostname IdentityFIle C:/users/username/.ssh/id_rsa
Add the connection information to the Talend Administration Center configuration. For more information, see the Talend Administration Center User Guide.