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Issues when add keys for heroku deploy
I've made an account and downloaded heroku. So far so good.
First git push heroku master didn't work (as expected from the video)
added key via heroku keys:add
tried git push heroku master again and I keep getting this output
Permission denied (publickey).
fatal: Could not read from remote repository.
Please make sure you have the correct access rights
and the repository exists.
I thought adding the key should've fixed this..
Thomas, I was having the same issue and found that it is more difficult than explained in the tutorials. What I did was create a public key with git than copied the key to a text file in case needed than adding it to Heroku. You must make sure that git and Heroku are talking to one another when creating the app. Heroku remote must live inside of the treebook app. More importantly, make sure that all credentials are accurate. Furthermore, focus on the documentation as it will help guide you in the direction of installing the app. Hope this helps!