I'm using my github account with ssh key on my CentOS 7 desktop.
So, I don't need to input password for git commands such as
git clone generally.
But, I need to clone a private git repository of another account.
I know the github user ID and password, so I tried to
git clone with https protocol.
git clone https://github.com/<another-account>/<a-private-repository>.git
<a-private-repository> are just used to hide my private information.)
I expect the prompt such as
Username for 'https://github.com': to input github user ID.
But, in my desktop, it shows the below error message:
remote: Repository not found. fatal: repository 'https://github.com/<another-account>/<a-private-repository>.git/' not found
When I clone the repository on another Linux host, it works well. I can clone it without any problem. But, on my CentOS 7 desktop, it fails.
I guess that my git client of CentOS 7 desktop may use a kind of git credential helper / manager.
But, my global git config has no credential section.
[user] name = Anselmo Park email = anselmo@<somewhere>.com [filter "lfs"] process = git-lfs filter-process required = true clean = git-lfs clean -- %f smudge = git-lfs smudge -- %f [gc] autoDetach = false [core] #editor = /usr/bin/vim editor = /home/anselmo/.local/bin/vim [diff] tool = meld [pull] rebase = true [merge] tool = meld
This is my global git config file. (~/.gitconfig)
Why does this issue happen? How Can I find my git credential manager?
For your information, I'm using CentOS 7 and KDE desktop.