I have just installed SSH keys for my repo. I followed the gitlab page and created a ED25519 key.
When I run ssh -T firstname.lastname@example.org I get the welcome sign with the associated username.
If I check git remote -v I see:
origin email@example.com/[username]/[reponame].git (fetch) - username and repo name are filled in and correct.
Repeat same for (push)
When I do a git push or git push origin master I get the error:
fatal: Does not appear to be a git repo
fatal: Could not read from remote repository
It did work through HTTPS the other day. This is the first time I have added SSH keys.
Any help would be great. Thanks
I’ve got the exact same error message with SSH, though HTTPS works fine.
What I don’t understand is that, my other projects works fine with SSH, but every new project I create generate this error.
Is anyone solved this problem?
Please check/try the following suggestions in order and proceed to the next suggestion only if the issue persists.
- Make sure protected branches is OFF
- Re-added your ssh-key
- Try connecting via
https: and see if that is working
https: connection works but
ssh does not, please try connecting using an alternate SSH connection
- Check DNS. Check if your firewall is also allowing outgoing traffic on 53/tcp port (which is where DNS is working).
- If DNS is not a problem, are you using any kind of Firewall which is blocking the connection? What happens when you run
- Do you use LDAP and have any non-standard configuration in the file