[Bioc-devel] git svn permissions
thomas.nigel.lawson at gmail.com
Tue Oct 3 17:04:09 CEST 2017
I have been trying to link my existing github repository to my bioconductor
repository but I am having a bit of trouble...
I have been following: https://master.bioconductor
I have the an existing github repository (github.com/viant-metabolomics/
msPurity) that I would like to use maintain my bioconductor repository
I have created a SSH key with github and used the git /svn form
- Using my old svn account username (t.lawson) for the "enter your SVN
user id" section
- Using a my github username (tomnl) for the "SSH public key or your
GitHub id" section
I can then run the following command OK "git remote add upstream git at git.
And when I run "git remote -v" I get:
# origin https://github.com/Viant-Metabolomics/msPurity (fetch)
# origin https://github.com/Viant-Metabolomics/msPurity (push)
# upstream git at git.bioconductor.org:packages/msPurity.git (fetch)
# upstream git at git.bioconductor.org:packages/msPurity.git (push)
But when I run "git fetch --all" I get a prompt for a password for thomas.
nigel.lawson at gmail.com
I tried the password that I set for the SSH key but I couldn't get access.
In case I made a mistake somewhere, I have just repeated the process. I
have just created a new SSH key following https://help.github
The resubmitted the new SSH public key with Github and resubmitted the git/
svn form (03/10/2017 approx 14:00).
I now get another error when I run 'git fetch upstram':
# Permission denied (publickey).
# fatal: Could not read from remote repository.
# Please make sure you have the correct access rights and the repository
Apologies if I have missed something straightforward
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