Ionic Pro: Could not read from remote repository

Hi all,

When I try to link my app to Ionic Pro I’m getting an fault.
I’ve linked the app.

After that I’ve to run for an connect existing app the following:

git push ionic master

While running that getting this message:

Thijmen@MSI MINGW64 ~/Desktop/ionic-old (master)
$ git push ionic master
Warning: Permanently added the ECDSA host key for IP address '' to the list of known hosts.
Permission denied (publickey).
fatal: Could not read from remote repository.

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

Hope some one can help me out.


I think your public private key wasn’t set up correctly.

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I’ve setted my SSH key now.

While rerunning the command I get:

$ git push ionic master
Counting objects: 26690, done.
Connection to closed by remote host.
fatal: The remote end hung up unexpectedly

Now that’s a different one. Suspect having a problem having a secure connection.

Yeah, got it running now.
But ionic is giving me a speed of 17.00 KiB/s.

Writing objects: 3% (1036/26690), 5.12 MiB | 8.00 KiB/s

You’re on your own for that one I’m afraid. :slight_smile:

Yeah, probably. It’s useless this push speed.
Taking ages to push 450MB.

Nice, it shuts down with the following message

Connection to closed by remote host.0 KiB/s
Wrifatal: The remoteti ng obejectsn:d hung up  1 8% (u4nex888/2pecte6690dly
fatal: sha1 file '<stdout>' write error: Broken pipe
fatal: The remote end hung up unexpectedly

450mb… what the hell are you uploading.

Whatever your current approach is it’s WRONG!!!
You really should not ever have a need to upload that much.

I’m guessing there’s lots of embedded content. Make that a post-install download.


All my node modules.

Aha MAN!!!


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Never keep node modules under version control

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You need to .gitignore the node_modules directory.

If you do a new project (ionic start abc) then copy the .gitignore you’re closer there.
If you’ve already checked it in with the node_modules directory you need to do a little git trickery to get it out as the .gitignore won’t do it.

So, adding it to .gitignore will fix this problem?
How the hell am I going to include the existing node-modules to my project while cloning?
It has so many more modules installed that are not delivered by default.

Which command should I run for removing it? Editted my .gitignore but will not work.

Ionic Pro will run the npm install command for themselves.

NEVER EVER EVER EVER EVER include bundles that are easily downloaded - that’s the whole point of using npm.

git rm -r --cached . 
git add .
git commit -am "Remove ignored files"

Don’t miss the dot on the first command.

Runned these commands.
Now pushed it to my own bitbucket repository.

Now when I want to link it to ionic again it’s giving the same errors:

$ git push ionic master
Counting objects: 26711, done.
Delta compression using up to 8 threads.
Compressing objects: 100% (24714/24714), done.
Killed by signal 2.1% (268/26711)
Writing obfatal: jTects:   1%he remote  (27e3/2n6d hung up u711nex), 2.02 MiB | 30pectedly
fatal: sha1 file '<stdout>' write error: Broken pipe
fatal: The remote end hung up unexpectedly

I think you still have a speed issue (18kb/s would do it lol).

Have a look at this…

Tried everything that has been suggested over there.
No success…

People are talking about large files.
Should I push my platforms or add this one in .gitignore to?

Here’s what you should have as a minimum for your .gitignore…

# Specifies intentionally untracked files to ignore when using Git




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Why should I remove plugins/ from my repo?