Here are the steps to configure your SSH Key with Github & communicate easily with your repositories.
First of all check whether you have created any public SSH keys in your computer.
Check the output you get & if you find any file named with,
You don’t have to worry about generating the public SSH Key again. Skip the 2nd step & go to the 3rd step if you already have a public SSH Key.
To Generate public SSH Key, Copy and paste the below command to your terminal.
Enter your email address inside double quotation.
Make Sure that you use default settings for following option, just press Enter to continue.
Enter file in which to save the key (/Users/you/.ssh/id_rsa): [Press enter]
Then enter a passphrase, just press Enter to continue.
Finally you’ll be able to see the files that automatically created for public SSH Key.
Make sure that you start
ssh agent in background by following command.
Then add the public key to
Finally copy the public key to clipboard by,
Then go to Github Settings SSH Page and add your copied SSH Key.