"Cousin Ricky" <rickysttATyahooDOTcom> wrote:
> Cousin Ricky <ric### [at] yahoocom> wrote:
> > OK, I created an SSH key and followed GitHub's instructions for adding
> > it to my ssh-agent, re-created the remote origin reference on my local
> > repo, and tried to push again. Git-Cola *still* asked for the damn
> > expired GPG key.
> > I guess I'll have to dig out the instructions on how to push from the
> > CLI, and see if that works. [snip]
> The push worked from the CLI. Next is to find out why Git-Cola is still stuck
> in the past.
Do you know what key (GPG or SSH) was being used when it worked from the command
If it was not the SSH key; did you paste the contents of the id_rsa.pub file
into the key field at this page:
Btw.: I had to google Git-Cola to find out what it is. I wasn't aware that you
use it. I haven't used such GUI tools myself, just the git tools on the command
line and the web interface at github.com.
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