Error remote: Repository not found on GitHub when clone
Hello Guys, I have created a small private project on GitHub. And my member clone that project by command:
git clone https://github.com/BitcoinExample/Example1.git
And he got an error remote: Repository not found on GitHub. You can see detail below:
C:\Project\EtherScan\BlockSolution\Source>git clone https://github.com/BitcoinExample/Example1 Cloning into 'Example1'... remote: Repository not found. fatal: repository 'https://github.com/BitcoinExample/Example1/' not found
But access this link on Chrome browser he still accesses normaly. What is that mean?
Why Github does not show confirm username and password for him?
Oh forget, he used window 11.
Thanks for any idea.
Rahul Bagale Mar 16 2022
I think you can access that project on your browser normally but can not clone it on your computer because you have your own credential-manager. Now you need to uninstall it and reinstall it.
To remove it, run command:
git credential-manager uninstall
To re-install it, run command:
git credential-manager install
It's really worked for me.