Hi Thomas,

No error but i have to enter git user password, so I have to expose this
password. I want each user to login using his own credentials. So i can
allow for example read only for some users.and read write to others. Do you
get my point?
On Mar 29, 2012 3:15 PM, "Thomas Ferris Nicolaisen" <tfn...@gmail.com>
wrote:

>
> On Wednesday, March 28, 2012 8:27:22 PM UTC+2, Bodda wrote:
>>
>> user1> git clone ssh://git@server/repository
>> user1> git add *
>> user1> git commit -a -m ""
>> user1> git push
>>
>>
>> but user1 don't have permission to do so
>>
>
> What error message do you get exactly?
>
> What happens if you try this?
>
> user1> ssh git@server
>
> (hint: this has to work in order for git over ssh to work)
>
>
>
>> Please again forgive me if it's silly question, I am new to git/ssh
>> world
>>
>
> There are no silly questions :)
>
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