[Bioc-devel] Question about Access to Bioconductor through Git

Turaga, Nitesh Nitesh.Turaga at RoswellPark.org
Wed Dec 13 16:37:44 CET 2017

Hi George,

If you’ve had an SVN id before, then you would have to submit that. I’ve checked your submission and you have to submit just your SVN ID, not the password. Please try and check for this.

Otherwise, there is no way for us to associate your package with your Github ID. 



> On Dec 12, 2017, at 8:25 PM, George Wu <george.t.wu at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Bioc-Devel List,
> I am having trouble pushing to the git bioconductor repository, most likely
> due to not requesting for access correctly.
> I was able to follow the instructions to open a github account and link the
> github repository to the one on my local machine, and then sync both with
> the git at git.bioconductor.org for my package. I also submitted the
> information and had my key added to have access to push.
> When I tried to push my changes I got the following messages:
> *"*
> *FATAL: W any packages/... DENIED by fallthru*
> *(or you mis-spelled the reponame)*
> *fatal: Could not read from remote repository.*
> *Please make sure you have the correct access rights*
> *and the repository exists.*
> *"*
> My guess is that I submitted my key incorrectly? I used to have a SVN
> account a long time ago, but do not remember the details, so I put my
> GitHub id. And then I copy-pasted directly using '*clip < ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub*'
> to add my key. The key should work because I used the process to link to my
> github account from my local machine. Did I make a mistake somewhere?
> Thanks for your help in advance,
> George
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