Permission to one repository denied to another(unwanted) git account

My personal solution to solve this problem is: 1. Check the credentials ssh -T git@github.com The name printed out should be your wanted user name. If not, go step 2. 2. Connect ssh. cd ~/.ssh 3. Connect to wanted ssh ssh-add ~/.ssh/id_rsa_account1 4. Check the connected ssh list ssh-add -l If there shows your wanted …

How to use two ssh keys to access two different GitHub account.

I tried to use two ssh keys for my two GitHub accounts, one for my personal account, one for my school account. However, I screwed the ssh credential for GitHub verification. When I tried to use my personal account to push my code, I got permission denied A-account@git.com to B-account. I took some time searching …

Some notes on Git

Basic: Create a repository: git init Add files to repository to be committed: git add filename1 filename2 ( add files to stage) Make files committed git commit -m "xxx" (commit files to branch) Check the result git status Version Control: Compare the difference git diff filename Show history git log or git log –pretty=oneline Back …