Create a new key 

Use the following command:

ssh-keygen -t rse -C ""

Be careful that you don’t overwrite your existing key for your personal account. Instead, when prompted, save the file as id_rsa_user2.

Add these new keys with ssh-add command:

ssh-add ~/.ssh/id_rsa_user1
ssh-add ~/.ssh/id_rsa_user2

Modify the SSH config:

 Create a config file:

cd ~/.ssh/
touch config


Add the following data:

 User Git
 IdentityFile ~/.ssh/user1
Host git.assembla-user2
 User Git
 IdentityFile ~/.ssh/user2

Configure Git for a new global username:

git config --global "user2"
git config --global ""


git config --global gshabbir
git config --global

Push your files using a normal Git flow.

You're done!

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