Nit Nit - 1 year ago 120
Git Question

Git repo access issue

I have added ssh key to my git repo through below command and now getting below error:

CMD git config --global url.ssh://

Error : User1’s-MacBook-Pro:untitled folder ndpiparava$ git clone
Cloning into 'XXXXX'...
Permission denied (publickey).
fatal: Could not read from remote repository.

Please make sure you have the correct access rights
and the repository exists.

I have realised that I have made mistake by setting up ssh instead of Https.

Is there any way that I can remove my ip from ssh list for my remote git and start using https?

Answer Source

git config --global url.ssh://

This means any url starting with will be rewritten with ssh://

There is no "ip from ssh list for my remote git" to remove.

You can simply delete that global config setting.

git config --global --unset url.ssh://

And you can remove your public key you set on your GitHub account.

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