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Despite being SSH Authenticated to GitHub, terminal (Bash, PWSH) Git created repo’s will not Push, Fetch remote – but GitHub Desktop created will.
Date: From 16/09/22 – 18/09/22: Two days of effort.
- [x] Git (Windows) installed in custom folder
- [x] Symlink created from
- [x] OpenSSH (Windows) and ssh_config at “`$Home/.ssh/config
- [x] Git (Windows) Global config and at $Home/.gitconfig
Note: I have a juicy issue as I have been switching between bash | pwsh for Git and GH CLI and GitHub Desktop and SourceTree trying to diagnose and resolve for 2 days.
For creating, not cloning, a local repo and creating a remote repository from command line/terminal works but interacting with Git Push | Fetch | Pull does not
Thinks that it is not a repository or am not authenticated or have correct rights/identity.
I can authenticate to GitHub.com with SSH and a (RSA) Public Key via command line SSH and GH CLI tooling.
I can, with
git remote add <remote_name> <remote_repo_url>
- But this does not appear on GitHub.com (i.e., like it is an internal or …?)
I can, with GitHub CLI, creates a remote repo successfully (see below)
- But GitHub CLI does not want to add a remote at <remote_repo_url>
GitHub Desktop throws either
- Not authenticated error (see screenshot with annotations)
Bash: git push or fetch generates the following error
$ git fetch fatal: 'firstname.lastname@example.org/iPoetDev/Gobals1.git' does not appear to be a git repository fatal: Could not read from remote repository.
Please make sure you have the correct access rights
and the repository exists.
If it is TL/DR, pm me or I will follow up with a Loom link to visualise in further detail. I will also see if I can get this as an Issue on my GitHub (via a functional repo) as an issue for off Stack Overflow concern.
Git Global Config
- Not using system file
- Not using per repo (Can if I need to)
- Not using (yet) command line configurations
Selected Directives from Global Config at
[user] name = <GitHub Name> email = <GitHub secondary email address in use> # Options: 1: 51715025+iPoetDev@users.noreply.github.com # Options: 2: <GitHub primary email address in use> [core] # Commented Out # sshCommand = ssh -i ~/.ssh/id_rsa -F /dev/null [init] defaultBranch = main [push] default = current # removes git push -u autoSetupRemote = true [credential "helperselector"] selected = manager-core [credential "https://github.com"] #username = git username = iPoetDev helper = helper = D:\.Tools\.scoop\apps\gh\current\bin\gh.exe auth git-credential # As explained, Git only allows you to access repositories owned by yourself, i.e. the user who is running Git, by default. [safe] directory = D:/Code/Gobals/* directory = D:/Code/Gobals/Gobals directory = D:/Code/Gobals/Gobals1
GitHub CLI && Repo Management
Authenticates with GitHub CLI (Interactively)
- No PAT Token, but have one ready
- Switches from https to ssh for authentication
gh auth login ? What account do you want to log into? GitHub.com ? You're already logged into github.com. Do you want to re-authenticate? Yes ? What is your preferred protocol for Git operations? SSH ? Upload your SSH public key to your GitHub account? $Homez.sshid_rsa.pub ? Title for your SSH key: ```<Added Title>``` ? How would you like to authenticate ```<Added Title>```? Login with a web browser ! First copy your one-time code: ```<One Time Code>``` Press Enter to open github.com in your browser... ✓ Authentication complete. - gh config set -h github.com git_protocol ssh HTTP 422: Validation Failed (https://api.github.com/user/keys) key is already in use
Creates a Remote on GitHub.com
D:CodeGobalGobals1Gobals1is not a git repository. Run
git -C "Gobals1"… (again)
git -C Gobals1 init
- Reinitialized existing Git repository in
/d/Code/Gobal, noticing I am not in Gobals 1, due to
ghquirk of running from
gh repo create --private -d Gobals1 --remote Gobals1 --source Gobals1 --homepage github.com/iPoetsDev/Gobals1.git
✓ Created repository iPoetDev/Gobals1 on GitHub
X Unable to add remote "Gobals1"
- Eyeballed Repo on GitHub.com, default branch ‘main`
You’re trying to push to a remote repo that doesn’t exist. That’s all there is to it, and it has nothing to do with the details of your local configuration. To create a repo on GitHub you can go to https://github.com/new (log in if necessary) and fill in the requested information. Once it’s created, you can push to it. Other hosts are, of course, different.
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