I'm a collaborator on a private Github repo (owned by someone else), and although I have added an SSH key to my own GitHub account which allows me to authenticate when accessing my own repositories, it always asks me for my password when I try to access the repository on which I am only a collaborator.
Do you have any idea why it doesn't authenticate me with my SSH key?
I have tried to add my key as a "deploy key" to the shared repo itself, but GitHub always rejects my submission, with the error message "Key is already in use.".
My remote looks like the following:
$ git remote -v origin https://firstname.lastname@example.org/example-owner/example-project.git (fetch) origin https://email@example.com/example-owner/example-project.git (push)
ssh? How does link to your temote look like?