On Thu, 20 Dec 2012 15:10:44 -0500
Eric Benzacar <e...@benzacar.ca> wrote:
> > > [eric git]$ git clone https://e...@git.assembla.com/myproj.git
> > > Cloning into 'myproj'...
> > > Password for 'https://e...@git.assembla.com
> > > <https://e...@git.assembla.com/>':
> > > error: RPC failed; result=22, HTTP code = 401
> > > fatal: The remote end hung up unexpectedly
> > HTTP 401 is an 'unauthorized' message, it sounds like user 'eric'
> > doesn't have authority to clone https://git.assembla.com/myproj.git.
> > Perhaps the wrong password or that user simply isn't allowed to
> > access that repository?
> No - password is correct and user has access rights (have tried
> multiple times to ensure no typos) and it works fine from my local
> desktop. A wrong password also returns a different msg:
> fatal: Authentication failed
> So authentication passes. I presume there is something that I am
> missing or don't have configured right in git, but have no idea
One more thing, try also setting GIT_CURL_VERBOSE=1 before running your
`git clone` encantation? Git uses libcURL to implement HTTP[S]
transports, and this variable should make cURL chatty about what it