Following an answer (http://goo.gl/EcqpTZ) here’s what I did to setup the Git Bash environment to log me in once when I start it up. This method worked for me to make “remember me” working or to save my password for my local git account so I dont have to type it everytime I want to do a push or pull.
I started gitbash and it said:
Run ‘git help git’ to display the help index.
Run ‘git help
I did two different commands, one per line, as:
The detailed example is as below:
$ eval `ssh-agent`
Agent pid 8928
Enter passphrase for /c/Users/admin/.ssh/id_rsa:
Identity added: /c/Users/admin/.ssh/id_rsa (/c/Users/admin/.ssh/id_rsa)
Now on I dont have to retype my password.
$ git push origin master
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