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General Discussion

Github not working with Treehouse console ?

Hey guys I am following Tommy's Git Basics, and particularly pushing to github from a local git repo. I am using the treehouse console which is what he does on the tutorial. I can add a remote form the console to github but when I try to push I get a "Permission denied (publickey)."

how can I make this work?

2 Answers

I think the treehouse console is for training purposes only. I may be wrong though.

I would agree but I am pretty sure in his video Tommy used it to connect and push to his Github.

OK now it works, it seems I was not in the proper directory, initially I was in home trying to push a child. Once I was actually in the repo I could push it up to Github and have it work.