Aptana 3, GitHub can clone but can't commit

I am very new to GitHub and I am using Aptana 3 on Ubuntu. I was able to clone a repository for GitHub by using file/import/Git Repository

When I added files to the local repo and I tried to commit I get this error.

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  • One Solution collect form web for “Aptana 3, GitHub can clone but can't commit”

    The SO answer “How to set up internal browser for Aptana on Linux” lists some solution.
    Check also your version of Aptana vs. JDK (32 or 64 bits): “Barking Up the Wrong Tree”

    More recently (December 2012, Bruno Carlin), this issue can also be linked to the version of Xulrunner in Arch LinuX repositories (see “Aptana Studio/Eclipse and Xulrunner “)

    The solution is that Aptana Studio cannot work with the version of Xulrunner in Arch LinuX repositories because it is too recent.

    To solve this problem, I had to install xulrunner 1.9.2 from AUR:

    yaourt -S xulrunner192

    Finally, I put


    at the end of the AptanaStudio3.ini file in the Aptana Studio folder. For the package in the Arch Linux repositories, this file is /usr/share/aptana/AptanaStudio3.ini.

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