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F19 github and passwords

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In a terminal I do git push https://my/repo master. A OpenSSH popup keeps asking me for user and password. /usr/lib/~/gnome-ask-password

How can I get it just to memorize my password, have added ssh key to github account. have added *github.com to ~/.ssh/config along with identityfile=id_mysshkey

posted Jul 11, 2013 by anonymous

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Have you tried: ssh-add ~/.ssh/id_mysshkey

answer Jul 11, 2013 by anonymous
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