remote: Support for password authentication was removed on August 13, 2021. Please use a personal access token instead.
remote: Please see Token authentication requirements for Git operations | The GitHub Blog for more information.
Very frustrated, can someone help.
I’m using bash and Visual Studio code to do the Intermediate Python course and the “message-generator” project. I created a Directory with 2 files (README.md and script.js). After I did a ‘git init’ to initialize the local repository I went over to GihHub to create a remote repository. When I attempted to to do - git push -u origin main - GitHub asks for my username and password. Then I get the above two responses. But I am actually entering an access token, not a password. I don’t understand what the problem might be. (My understanding is GitHub no longer will accept a password and now requires a (very long) access token, which I have.