I wonder is there something wrong with my ssh config? But it's working fine with GitHub?

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What happens with today...

I tried to push my code into gitea.com using ssh. But it doesn't ask password like usually do. It's reject immediately. And give the following errors
» git push origin develop
git@gitea.com: Permission denied (publickey).
fatal: Could not read from remote repository.

Please make sure you have the correct access rights
and the repository exists.

Same issue happens with .

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@huy_ngo no, and I don't need that. Firefox has a feature that lets you share tabs between devices.
this feature is enough for me.

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Great. 🤦‍♀️

> All of these features are available only on Google Play Store, which sounds like a no-brainer but has important implications for some Android developers. Unlike APKs, Android App Bundles cannot exist outside of Google Play and cannot be distributed outside of it. This means that developers switching from APK to App Bundles can no longer provide the exact same package or experience on other app sources unless they opt to maintain a separate APK version.


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@vrdhn I don't think netlify, GitLab, or even vercel have it...

It seems Vercel has an analytics tool but you can only use it with a team account (IIRC). I don't know about Netlify and GitLab.

Well, you can use Google Analytics if you want. Or maybe you can find an alternative to Google Analytics.

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@sotolf I only have 1 wm installed on my system. So, tty is enough for me. (at least for now)

I just uninstalled Display Manager and use tty1 for login, then start swaywm automatically.

Wow, that's cool. Why didn't I realize it earlier?

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Currently working on a free icon pack for Android. Anyone down to help with requests and whatnot for the first version?
alsoplstellmewhatuthinkthanks :blobcatgrimacing:

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is a tiny server.

TinySSH implements only necessary parts of the SSHv2 protocol, eschewing old cryptographic protocols, SSHv1 compatibility, and other unneeded features. tinyssh uses few resources and has minimal dependencies, but can be compiled with more optimized libraries for increased speed. TinySSH implements post-quantum cryptographic protocols.

Website 🔗️: tinyssh.org/

apt 📦️: tinysshd

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