Hi all, I’ve been using Github + Github Desktop at a super basic level for the past few months — basically only creating repos, committing to main, and pushing updates. That’s been sufficient for my purposes, but over a week ago, after “Committing to main” I tried to “Push origin” on a repo, and instead received an error message, saying:
(Note: Every so often, the number that appears after “ERROR: Couldn’t connect to 127.0.01:” changes.)
Since then, I turned off my firewall and flailed down various online rabbit holes, but to no avail. I made a new repo just to test things out and I can’t “publish branch” either because I get the same error message when I try. I hadn’t done anything different from usual leading up to that push that brought up the first fateful error message. I have no idea what most of this error message even means; I’m at a total loss as to what went wrong here. Does anyone have any idea what could be going on?