Git - remote Repository not found

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I have SourceTree with a local working copy. And all operations work well, I can simply fetch, push, pull etc via SourceTree. I just needed to make a force push which does not exist in SourceTree.

I opened terminal made git push -f
remote: Repository not found. 
Fatal: repository 'https://github.com/MyRepo/project.git/' not found

I am not sure what can be an issue.

Feb 16 in Others by Aditya
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1 answer to this question.

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Start with removing all of the github.com credential details from the system. For a mac user, delete the github.com password from the Keychain Access. For windows users, delete the credentials from Credential Manager.
answered Feb 16 by Soham
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