According to the post from GitHub, “Beginning August 13, 2021, we will no longer accept account passwords when authenticating Git operations on GitHub.com.”
So I need to use token authentication instead. Here is how. From here.
Go to “github.com -> Settings -> Developer settings -> Personal access tokens”, create a token first. Let’s say the token value is “ThIsiStHeToKeNcOnTeNt”.
Go to your local git repo and run the following command:
# Remove the existing tracked repository.
- Now you should be able to do your git operations, without typing the password anymore.