Connection issue due to usr/pw authentication

Since today around noon GMT-5, I can<t push to the organization repo in which I am an external contributor.

I am pretty sure that is due to the recent deprecation of the username/password authentication in effect today.

After all afternoon searching throught the documentation, I can tell:

  • I have an SSH cert installed on my GitHub Account and the same SSH cert installed in my GitKraken.
  • I am sure that I have access to the repo as a contributor with admin priviledges.
  • I am also sure that GitKraken is an approved application (from the organization settings, which I have access to).
  • My GitKraken is connected to my GitHub account.

What else can I investigate?
My system is Windows 10 Pro. I have GitBash… GitKraken is a payed Pro version.

I currently can open the repo… But cannot push my changes.

Hi @LouysPatriceBessette

Check information in link below, especially the differences in URL formats to be used whne switching between HTTPS and SSH for communication and also the origin.
about-remote-repositories

Hello all!

This reply is an answer for my yesterday’s question. I found it myself after a good night sleep :wink:

I found absolutely nowhere to change the url used a couple weeks ago to clone the repo in the GiKraken settings. BUT! I found the config file! It is located in the [root folder of the repo]/.git and the filename simply is “config” without any file extention.

For Windows users: that .git folder is hidden. You have to check the “show hidden elements” checkbox under the “view” tab of a file explorer.

In that file you’ll find:

[remote “origin”]
url = git@github.com:user/repo.git // I had a https url here… That was the problem.
fetch = +refs/heads/:refs/remotes/origin/

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So my issue is now fixed.