I had a big problem, “Permission denied” when I tried to push it to my repository on Github.
In conclusion, you can do this command.
$ git remote set-url origin myNameForGithub@github.com/myNameForGithub/myRepositoryName.git$ git push origin master
Password for 'https://myNameForGithub@github.com':yourPassWord
Use your own expressions for the following ones.
You know, this is the kind of problem I encountered when I was developing an open-source program.
$ git push origin masterremote: Permission to someoneUserNameForGithub/someoneRepositoryName.git denied to myNameForGithub.fatal: unable to access 'https://github.com/someoneUserNameForGithub/someoneRepositoryName.git/': The requested URL returned error: 403
This error occurs no matter how many times I push.
So I’ll share a temporary solution.
Well, it would be fine if we could push it.
$ git remote set-url origin myNameForGithub@github.com/myNameForGithub/myRepositoryName.git
$ git push origin master
Password for 'https://firstname.lastname@example.org':yourPassWord~~ellipsis~~* [new branch] master -> master
Yeah! I could push!!
Then, I can create a branch and develop it right now.