Hello, the error states, that the repository has moved to GitLab and I should update the *Git remote* to the new address g...@gitlab.gnome.org.
- If I delete the whole folder and clone it again from the old git address, it works, but I can not commit. - If I clone using gitlab address it says that I do not have correct permissions like: *Permission denied (publickey,gssapi-keyex,gssapi-with-mic).fatal: Could not read from remote repository.* I also changed the URL by hand in git config and was asked, if I want to add new address and accept all the keys. I of course confirmed. I also created an accout on gitlab and I added a SSH key like stated. I am also a bit sceptical whether changing this address globally also affects projects that are not yet on gitlab. THanks for your help. M! On Tue, Mar 13, 2018 at 7:14 PM, Petr Kovar <pk...@volny.cz> wrote: > On Tue, 13 Mar 2018 18:10:36 +0100 > Matej Urban <matej.ur...@gmail.com> wrote: > > > Hello, all, Peter, > > > > I accidentally hijacked Mario's "Gitlab access for translators" email, > > sorry. > > > > I'm struggling to get git working! I can push some projects, obviously > > those, that have not yet been migrated to gitlab, most I can't, with an > > error, that I do not have suitable rights. I did make an account on > gitlab > > webpage, I did upload the public key, I did try to clone from new > address, > > but it is not working. Can you please point me to the right direction? I > > was really hoping, this redirects would be automatic. > > Did you sign up using the LDAP option? > > What's the error message you get? Permission denied? > > Cheers, > pk >
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