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I have an account which does not have any SSH key (as I see in personal settings) set. There are few repositories which I have access to. One of them I can clone via SSH but other one I can not. It always require ssh key password.
In second repository I have a role admin. Dont understand how is it possbile if there is no key and how is it possible that I can clone other repositories without any passwords.
Can somebody tell me what could be the problem? Thank you.
Check your repo(s) access keys section, under Repository Settings -> Security -> Access Keys.
You might have ssh key installed which match the public keys in the Access keys.
As your computer can have multiple ssh keys, one might requires a passphrase which is why you see the request for ssh key password.
The error message says>
The requested repository either does not exist or you do not have access. If you believe this repository exists and you have access, make sure you're authenticated.
fatal: Could not read from remote repository.
What it means "make sure you are authenticated"?
It means that if the repo exists and you have access to see it, your authentication has probably failed.
regarding your original issue, run the command
git remote -v
in both repos and see if in both repos, the remote urls use the ssh prefix.