Tag: linux

Sending email by using git-send-email

I am supposed to be using git-send-email command to send out patches to the community. I am not sure how to use it properly. I have to send around 5 patches to the linux-wireless mail forum. Do I need to commit the code via git first and then send out a mail using git-send-email? I […]

Git Pull/Fetch Automation

I’m wanting to automate a local server to pull github repositories and then add copyrights to the code files, if they aren’t already there, then commit and push them back. I have the copyright executable running on the linux centOS server, but I can’t get a way to tell my program to run or not. […]

Using git to track linux server configuration files

I need to track configuration files of multiple linux servers. The servers need to run the same application version but can also contain custom changes specific to a server’s location. The idea is to be able to track changes made during production, able to pull updates from a central repo and merge with custom local […]

Only one user can push/pull to github

I have two CentOS servers that are set up the same. I created a git repo on server A and pushed it to github. I then cloned the repo on server B. At first, all seemed to be in order. I could commit on either server, push to the remote, and the pull on to […]

Redirect all output to file

This question already has an answer here: How can I redirect and append both stdout and stderr to a file with Bash? 6 answers

Create a new high level folder in TFS without downloading all project using Team Explorer Everywhere command line Linux

I want to add new folder to TFS that will contain a new project. I’m using “Team Explorer Everywhere 2013” for Linux. The folder structure is like the following $Main\HighLevelFolder\Project1 $Main\HighLevelFolder\Project2 … $Main\HighLevelFolder\ProjectN I want to add a new folder, e.g. $Main\HighLevelFolder\ProjectX in the most efficient way. I can either checkout the entire $Main\HighLevelFolder and […]

git push origin master asking for remote server password

I installed gitlab on my local machine. It installed fine. When I run the sudo -u git -H bundle exec rake gitlab:check RAILS_ENV=production Every check passes. I created a project and a user in gitlab. When I run following command git push origin master It asks for remote server password as enter password for git@gitserver […]

How to see last remote commit comment without doing pull

I am trying to find a way to see the last remote commit comments without doing a pull. I know I can do a git log -1 to see the local commit, but what can I do for the remote commit?

List local git repos in subfolders

On my webservers, I like to create git repos in various configuration folders like /etc/apache2 and so forth, so I can keep track of changes I’ve made to the config files over time. As I install more services like proftpd, fail2ban, postfix, etc, I add more git repos to each folder. At this point, I […]

git: determine if there are file that are not on repo, but should be added

I have a repository where Git shows that: $ git status # On branch develop # Your branch is up-to-date with ‘origin/develop’. # # Changes to be committed: # (use “git reset HEAD <file>…” to unstage) # # modified: pom.xml # # Changes not staged for commit: # (use “git add <file>…” to update what […]

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