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You don't have the certificates where git expects them. The same question was answered here.


1) To authenticate an ssh client to a server using publickey, you generate a keypair on the client, keep the privatekey on the client, and copy the publickey to your authorized_keys file on the server which must be in ~you/.ssh owned by you and have permissions only for owner (usually 600 aka rw-------). You did not do the second part. If it's too ...


You have to use the --tags option of git push. This will push your tags to the remote. git push --tags Note that this is not a feature of GitHub, but normal git behaviour. Also have a look at the git push man page.

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