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Qual URL remote eu devo usar?

There are several ways to clone repositories available on GitHub.

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Quando você visualiza um repositório conectado à sua conta, as URLs que podem ser usadas para clonar o projeto no computador ficam disponíveis abaixo dos detalhes do repositório:

Lista de URLs remote

Para obter informações sobre como configurar ou alterar URL remota, consulte "Alterar a URL de um remote".

As URLs de clone de https:// estão disponíveis em todos os repositórios, públicos e privados. These URLs work even if you are behind a firewall or proxy.

When you git clone, git fetch, git pull, or git push to a remote repository using HTTPS URLs on the command line, Git will ask for your GitHub username and password.

If you have enabled two-factor authentication, or if you are accessing an organization that uses SAML single sign-on (SSO), you must authenticate with a personal access token instead of your username and password for GitHub. For more information, see "Securing your account with two-factor authentication (2FA)" and "Creating a personal access token for the command line."

If you are accessing an organization that uses SAML SSO, you must also authorize your personal access token to access the organization before you authenticate. For more information, see "About authentication with SAML single sign-on" and "Authorizing a personal access token for use with SAML single sign-on."

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If you'd rather use SSH but cannot connect over port 22, you might be able to use SSH over the HTTPS port. For more information, see "Using SSH over the HTTPS port."

Clonar com URLs de SSH

As URLs de SSH fornecem acesso a um repositório do Git via SSH, um protocolo seguro. To use these URLs, you must generate an SSH keypair on your computer and add the public key to your GitHub account. For more information, see "Connecting to GitHub with SSH."

When you git clone, git fetch, git pull, or git push to a remote repository using SSH URLs, you'll be prompted for a password and must provide your SSH key passphrase. For more information, see "Working with SSH key passphrases."

If you are accessing an organization that uses SAML single sign-on (SSO), you must authorize your SSH key to access the organization before you authenticate. For more information, see "About authentication with SAML single sign-on" and "Authorizing an SSH key for use with SAML single sign-on."

Tip: You can use an SSH URL to clone a repository to your computer, or as a secure way of deploying your code to production servers. You can also use SSH agent forwarding with your deploy script to avoid managing keys on the server. For more information, see "Using SSH Agent Forwarding" in documentação do GitHub Developer.

Clonar com o Subversion

You can also use a Subversion client to access any repository on GitHub. Subversion offers a different feature set than Git. For more information, see "What are the differences between Subversion and Git?"

You can also access repositories on GitHub from Subversion clients. For more information, see "Support for Subversion clients."

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