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You receive the following error when testing your connection after using an upgraded ssh-keygen tool to generate SSH keys in OPENSSH format. OPENSSH is a proprietary format. Oracle Integration requires the keys to be in PEM format.

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  1. Verify the key by opening the file in Notepad. The key must start with the following phrase. Oracle Integration supports keys in this format:

    The following format is not supported. You must regenerate your keys in PEM format.

  2. Use -m PEM with ssh-keygen to generate private keys in PEM format:

1) Right click on your project folder then click on Open with Bash Here.

2) On the terminal write-

$ git config --global 'Manvi'

$ git config --global '[email protected]'

To ignore unwanted folders or the folders which are too big to be pushed on github we will make a file (gitignore)

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$ git touch.gitignore

For Example- node_modules/ (write this in notepad)

Now Initialize git-

$ git init

$ git add .

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$ git commit -m 'Initial commit'

$ git status (nothing to commit, working tree clean)

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$ git remote add origin (then add the link of ssh path from the repository created on github)

$ git push origin master

To add ssh key in github (for authentication purpose)-
Google generate ssh key github (It should be github original website)
Then generate a new key. Copy and paste it on the terminal

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$ cat (Path of the directory in which the ssh key is saved, it will contain .pub at the end)
The whole key will be displayed on the terminal, copy it and add it to the github.

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