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Sourcetree push is stuck with gitea repository


I just installed SourceTree on my new windows PC, as I did on both a mac OS and another windows PC. I clone my repository from my gitea server and started working.

A few commits later, I try to push the commits to origin. 10s, 20s, ..., 2 minutes; nothing is happening, the push is not occurring and no error is raised.

I then tried to use the terminal:

    git push origin main

I am prompt 3 times for my combo username/password; and then the push does work. Everytime I push through CLI, I have to enter 3 times my combo username/password.


On the other laptops, mac or windows, I can pull or push through the GUI or the Terminal without having to enter my username/password (only had to do it when cloning the repo).

The server is accessed on my local network.


I tried adding a SSH key, it was disabled by default on my server. It doesn't change the behavior at all.

Any suggestion?

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