When I try to run git-all-secrets I get Dockerfile: command not found Here is an example of the issue: Temporary solution: Run the command export PATH=$PATH:/snap/bin Permanent solution: Edit /etc/environment and add /snap/bin in the list then restart your system.
You can use OAuth tokens to interact with GitHub Enterprise via automated scripts. Step 1: Get an OAuth token Create a personal access token on your application settings page. Tip: We recommend that you regularly review your authorized integrations. Remove any applications and tokens that haven’t been used in a while. Step 2: Clone a repository Once you have a … Read more
It’s possible to use an access token like this:
It’s because your key is encrypted with a passphrase to prevent others from reading it. The most convenient way of using passphrased keys is by using ssh-agent to start an authentication agent (which runs in the background): …and then using ssh-add to register your key with the agent so that it’s used automatically for subsequent SSH connections: You’ll be … Read more