Git - proxy problem

Hi, I am trying to upload my first repository under Git, but I am getting an error.

So, having the first files to "push" to the repository, and when I launch the command :

$ git push -u origin master
Password:
Password:
XML error: not well-formed (invalid token)
error: no DAV locking support on http://mandorman@bitbucket.org/mandorman/ngs-scripts.git/
fatal:
git-http-push failed

So for two times it question me for enter a password (according to the tutorial is supposed to be the same password than I use to enter to bitbucket account) ... and it fails.

As I am running under a proxy I think that maybe the problem could be arround here, any ideas?

Thanks!

3 answers

Have you tried to push with ssh?

Please run this and paste output:

git remote -v

Dear Matt,

Ok, this is the output:

armand2@armandu:scripts_armand$ git remote -v
origin https://mandorman@bitbucket.org/mandorman/ngs-scripts.git (fetch)
origin https://mandorman@bitbucket.org/mandorman/ngs-scripts.git (push)

Thanks for your help!,

Any Ideas?

This dark problems remind me something about proxy ...

How it works git? if "git remote -v" and with fetch and push is something arround https://XXX@bitbucket.org/scripts.g

it means that git it works around the port of "https" no? I changed into "http" just to check but also it does not work.

No ideas?

Looking on Stack Overflow, someone mentioned that this could be an issue with the version of Git you are running. Check to be sure you are running the latest version of git.

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