Github accounts are independent of the user and email configured in
user.name and user.email. If you want, you can change those configs using
the same commands:
$ git config --global user.name "John Doe"
$ git config --global user.email john...@example.com
Git does not have a concept of authentication. You may be asked for a
password to push to github, but this is to authenticate to github, it isn't
related to git.
El mié., 4 de may. de 2016 a la(s) 17:25, hara chaitanya <
> I was learning to user git-bash and github. As part of tutorial we were
> asked to set username & password through git-bash command line and create
> an account in github. But since I already set the email through gitbash
> global config, I am not allowed to create account or create a password for
> my account .
> Please let me know how can I create a account in github or delete the
> entry to start fresh.
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