I used to use the Github userid of a collegue, let's say his Github name is "arc". PyCharm worked fine, one could make a project and with a click create a repository, with files, on Github. Now I have my own userid on Github, mzaanen, and I have adjusted the settings in Pycharm accordingly (file, Project settings, Version Control, GitHub). Now, when I create a project in PyCharm and send it to Github, it does make the repository, however, when trying to upload the files:
23:41:56.830: cd E:\djangoprojects_hp_17\test
23:41:56.832: git init
Initialized empty Git repository in E:/djangoprojects_hp_17/test/.git/
23:42:04.054: cd E:\djangoprojects_hp_17\test
23:42:04.055: git add –ignore-errors – jaja.py
23:42:04.152: cd E:\djangoprojects_hp_17\test
23:42:04.153: git commit -m "Initial commit" –
[master (root-commit) e42e12c] Initial commit
1 file changed, 2 insertions(+)
create mode 100644 jaja.py
23:42:04.321: cd E:\djangoprojects_hp_17\test
23:42:04.322: git push –progress origin master –set-upstream
remote: Permission to mzaanen/test.git denied to arc.
fatal: unable to access 'https://github.com/mzaanen/test.git/'
: The requested URL returned error: 403
It drives me up the wall, somewhere, I don't know where, "arc" is sticking around and I can't get rid of this name. Please assist, this has already cost me many hours...