No, there is no requirement for an id or a description. If you're using a
username and password, then (as far as I can tell) you should be ok.
Is the version of command line git running on your MacOS machine at least
On Fri, Sep 16, 2016 at 9:33 PM Hung <hung.ngu...@voltage-ent.com> wrote:
> I have the first, username and password. I didn't do an id or description,
> is that bad?
> I will try to add another one to see if maybe I type something wrong.
> I though everything was good because when I had wrong data I get a big red
> warning that it couldn't authenticate.
> This is unfortunate as I was hoping I did something wrong. I guess I have
> to try and install older version.
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