I’ve forked a repository and now I’m trying to create a local clone of my fork.
The first time I tried to do it, a Windows Security connection box appeared, with Enter your credentials for https://github.ibm.com. I entered my Github user and password. But I got an error.
And now, each time I try to clone the repository, I get an error 403:
$ git clone https://github.ibm.com/myname/myrepo.git
Cloning into ‘ztrial-scenarios’…
remote: Password authentication is not available for Git operations.
remote: You must use a personal access token or SSH key.
remote: See https://github.ibm.com/settings/tokens or https://github.ibm.com/settings/ssh
fatal: unable to access ‘https://github.ibm.com/myname/myrepo.git/’: The requested URL returned error: 403
Github does not let me enter a personal access token or SSH key after my git clone command.
So, do I have to enter it before trying to clone? If so, how should I process?