I’ve always used the gui version of Github in Windows and never had any issues with having to type my password every time I had to push my commits to my Github repositories. Now that I’m working in Paperspace, I’ve NEVER been able to get the ‘git’ program set up from the command line to always remember my password and not ask for it ever time.
However, I’m unable to follow the instructions to the letter here for adding my key to my Github account, specifically the following line:
clip < ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub
Obviously, this clips the file to the clipboard, but it only clips it to the Paperspace clipboard which isn’t shared with my local computer’s clipboard. So what I’ve done is tried catting the ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub file to the terminal and copying and pasting the contents to my Github account’s RSA keys. This is what I’ve tried copying and pasting to my Github’s keys:
And git still asks for my password every time on Paperspace which is quite annoying.
Any idea how to get git on Paperspace to stop asking for my password EVERY time I push? I’ve tried the official instructions to no avail.