Sometimes when you try to push code to a remote git repository, you may come across this error:
Permission denied (publickey).
fatal: Could not read from remote repository.
Please make sure you have the correct access rights
Here are a few things to check on a mac.
Start the ssh-agent with this:
This will list any keys already added to the ssh-agent. If no keys are presently added,
The agent has no identities.
will be shown.
Add your key by running:
ssh-add -K ~/.ssh/your_private_key
When you are developing web applications, whether it is a Python REST API or an internal SharePoint solution, having a smooth development workflow is closely tied to having the right development environments.
Typically this would involve three or four seperate environments:
Whether I’m working in the terminal on a mac or on a Linux web server, here are my most used Linux commands:
ls is used to list files and directories. The options I use most often with this command are -la.
is used to show further information about the files / directories. It is the long listing format and shows file permissions, owner information, file size and time of last modification.
hidden files and folders are not included by default. -a makes sure they are also shown.
Stands for “print working directory”. This command outputs your current location in the file system.
Useful key combinations:
shift + a
shift + e