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git push heroku master がエラーを吐く

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Rails Tutorial 1.5.2 Herokuにデプロイする (1)

$ git push heroku master
(警告メッセージが若干表示されることがありますが、今は無視してください。詳しくは7.5で解説します)。

よく言ってくれたぜ・・若干表示どころかそもそもdeploy出来てないことは考慮されてないのか・・

git push heroku master

の実行結果

remote: !   WARNING:
remote: !   Do not authenticate with username and password using git.
remote: !   Run `heroku login` to update your credentials, then retry the git command.
remote: !   See documentation for details: https://devcenter.heroku.com/articles/git#http-git-authentication
fatal: Authentication failed for 'https://git.heroku.com/アドレス.git/'

となりエラーが発生してデプロイ不能。
コマンドを入力した際に出てくる

Username for 'https://git.heroku.com': 
Password for 'https://git.heroku.com': 

こちらのpasswordはherokuのpasswordではなく

heroku auth:token

で表示されたパスワードを通せば無事に(Windows環境では)デプロイ出来たのことで実行してみるもののエラーは依然変わらず。

アイテム二号を使って無事通過

git config --global url.ssh://git@heroku.com/.insteadOf https://git.heroku.com/

仕組みはさっぱり分かりませんが上記コードを打った後に

git push heroku master

実行すると警告文が3つほど出てきますが、無事にデプロイ完了。
いまのところ全てにおいてエラーを吐くRails Tutorial・・

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git push heroku master is asking for authentication

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