Problems with Git and private project

Hello Everyone,
I just started using rubymine with git and I am having some problems getting it set up.  I tried to follow as much of the discussion on this board as I could find, but I don't know how to fix my problem.  The project I am working with is one that is closed to only a few people in my company (I am the only one using RubyMine).  I cloned the project using the command line and after typing in my password it imported everything over correctly.  Next I opened the project with rubymine and added some text to the standard README file to see if I could successfully push the changes.  When I try and run fetch through rubymine I get a popup window that shows the git command for fetch and the progress bar, but it never stops... I have to force quit the app because there is no way to close the popup.  It looks like there is a password prompt underneath the progress bar, but I can't type in it:

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I found some help pages for Git Integration that say that I can "apply the username/password and keyboard interactive authentication methods"... but I can't find anywhere how to do that.

I am on OS 10.6.4 and running RubyMine 2.0.2
I know that git is recognized by RubyMine because the test button said the git version was 1.7.1

Am I doing something wrong?  Thanks for any help in advance!
Ryan

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Here is what is in my git config file:


Ryan$ git config -l
user.email=ryan@email.com
user.name=Ryan Ferretti
github.user=RyanFerretti
github.token=blahblahblah
core.repositoryformatversion=0
core.filemode=true
core.bare=false
core.logallrefupdates=true
core.ignorecase=true
remote.origin.fetch=+refs/heads/*:refs/remotes/origin/*
remote.origin.url=https://RyanFerretti@github.com/my/project.git
branch.master.remote=origin
branch.master.merge=refs/heads/master


does this make sense?

- Ryan

(the remote origin url format get messed up when I submit the question... it is just the the https url from the project's main page)

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