[Bioc-devel] Pushing changes to Bioconductor in a new machine

Fabricio de Almeida |@br|c|o_@|me|d@@||v@ @end|ng |rom hotm@||@com
Wed May 12 15:00:20 CEST 2021

Hi, all.

I have recently had a problem with my machine and I had to format it, but I didn't copy my SSH key. Now, I am using a different machine and I want to push bug fixes in my package to Bioc. I have already pushed it my GitHub repo, but I couldn't push to Bioc. Do I have to create a new SSH key and add it to the Bioc Git Credentials or is there a way to use my existing SSH key?



Fabr�cio de Almeida Silva

Undergraduate degree in Biological Sciences (UENF)

MSc. candidate in Plant Biotechnology (PGBV/UENF - RJ/Brazil)

Laborat�rio de Qu�mica e Fun��o de Prote�nas e Pept�deos (LQFPP/CBB/UENF - RJ/Brazil)

Lattes CNPq: http://lattes.cnpq.br/3119358824056108

Personal website: https://almeidasilvaf.github.io/home/

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