After creating a new repository, the git commands show the repository as undefined

After creating a new repository, the git commands show the repository as undefined. In the Empty Repository screen the git commands look like this. Notice the word undefined where the repository URL should be. Any idea why this is?

cd existing-project

git remote set-url origin undefined

git push -u origin master

 

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Hi Richard,

This could be happening to your user by not having a way of accessing this repository. To give you an example, if you have repositories accessible only via SSH and your user doesn't have a SSH Key, then this user won't be presented with a URL to work with this repository.

Can you please check if this is the case?

Regards,

Gustavo Refosco

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