docker push to a private repository

I am trying to push an image to a private docker registry. The error that I receive is:

Error: Status 404 trying to push repository : “”

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  • One Solution collect form web for “docker push to a private repository”

    Most possible cause for this is the error/typo in the docker-registry path.

    You can try adding –debug to see some more details about the error you are getting.

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