repo.magento.com repository is where Adobe Commerce and Magento Open Source and third-party Composer packages are stored and requires authentication. Use your Commerce Marketplace account to generate a pair of 32-character authentication keys to access the repository.
For access entitlement to Adobe Commerce and Magento Open Source packages, you must use keys associated with a MAGEID that has been granted access to those packages. The MAGEID is typically the Primary Contact on the Adobe Commerce account and may not always be the Project Owner of the Adobe Commerce on cloud infrastructure project.
If you encounter errors, you may not have authorization to access the package or the access entitlement has expired due to an outstanding invoice on your account.
To create authentication keys:
Log in to the Commerce Marketplace. If you don’t have an account, click Register.
Click your account name in the top right of the page and select My Profile.
Click Access Keys in the Marketplace tab.
Click Create a New Access Key. Enter a specific name for the keys (for example, the name of the developer receiving the keys) and click OK.
New public and private keys are now associated with your account that you can click to copy. Save this information or keep the page open when working with your project. Use the Public key as your username and the Private key as your password.
You can also disable or delete authentication keys. For example, you can disable or delete keys for security reasons after someone leaves your organization.
To download Adobe Commerce releases using SSH, you must generate a Downloads Access Token. To generate a token:
Log in to your magento.com account.
Click My Account at the top of the page.
Click Account Settings > Downloads Access Token.
Click Generate new token to replace and disable an existing token.
You must use your MAGEID plus your token to download a release. Your MAGEID is displayed at the top left of your account page.
curl -k https://MAGEID:TOKEN@www.magentocommerce.com/products/downloads/info/help
Use your authentication keys to: