On 31 March 2015 at 22:27, Siva Abbannagari <siva.abbannag...@gmail.com> wrote:
> The problem got solved is It was using the default key.(which was
> so I replaced the default key with mine it the cloned machine and it worked.
> Is there a way in git to tell which specific key I should use to connect .
I don't know if there's a way to tell git directly what ssh key to
use, but you can do it indirectly via ssh configuration. I have this
sort of thing set up for several repos:
~~~ in ~/.ssh/config
Then I clone using `git clone g...@gitlab.com:my/repo.git`. Have a
look at `ssh_config(5)` for more info on what you can put in your ssh
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