Here are some useful videos to help you get up to speed on Linux:
Basic commands and “nano” editor (be sure to mute your speakers)
Basic commands (a little more in-depth)
Creating an ssh key
ssh-keygen -t rsa -C "email@example.com"
Accept the default file path for the key.
Type a password if you want (though it’s annoying to retype it all the time). Or, just press Enter for no password.
You’ll get some fun art:
+--[ RSA 2048]----+ | .=Ooo+ | | o o= o | | o o . | | o o o . | | . S = o | | . + o | | E | | o . | | . | +-----------------+
Now, you need to copy the “public” key and give it to BitBucket in your account settings.
It will look something like this: