docker push error "denied: requested access to the resource is denied"
I too had the same issue, but after trying some combinations this worked.
Whenever you push - that refers to docker.io/ followed by registry path.
In my case my username is rushmith and I created a sample repository called docker under rushmith.
My link is : "hub.docker.com/r/rushmith/docker/"
Now I created a tag to my image that I want to push as: rushmith/docker
And It worked successfully.
$ docker login -u rushmith
(Give the password then type as below)
$ docker push rushmith/docker:latest
The push refers to a repository [docker.io/rushmith/docker] 7fbb0e1e64cb: Pushed 33f1a94ed7fc: Pushed b27287a6dbce: Pushed 47c2386f248c: Pushed 2be95f0d8a0c: Pushed 2df9b8def18a: Pushed latest: digest: sha256:4d749d86b4a2d9304a50df474f6236140dc2d169b9aabc354cdbc6ac107390f2 size: 1569
First login by typing
sudo docker loginin the terminal. Enter username and password
Visit your docker account and create a new repository. In my case I created a repository crabigator1900/dockerhub
Say you have a docker image with repository name:crabigator/django and tag:latest.
In that case you will need to tag this image with a label of your wish. I decided to tag it with the label:myfirstimagepush. You tag the image by typing the command
sudo docker tag crabigator/django:latest crabigator1900/dockerhub:firstimagepush
- Finally push the image to your repo using the command
sudo docker push crabigator1900/dockerhub:firstimagepush
That's all there is to it.
The solution is simply to change the way of logging in at step (1).
docker login -u janedoe -p <password>
Everything else can stay the way described above. The image was successfully pushed to Docker Hub!