I am setting up Jenkins on a Win 2008 server machine and am having some trouble configuring Jenkins to connect to GitHub. I get the following error: Command “git.exe fetch -t firstname.lastname@example.org:USER/REPO.git +refs/heads/*:refs/remotes/origin/*” returned status code 128: Permission denied (publickey). fatal: The remote end hung up unexpectedly ERROR: Could not fetch from any repository FATAL: […]
I’ve an automatic building service which download from a git private repository. The problem is that when it tries to clone repository it need to provide the password, because it is not remembered; so because there is no human interaction, it waits forever the password. How can I force it to remember from id_rsa.pub?
I have just start using git and i can’t get it to remember my passphrase I’m using cmd.exe elevated and my git host is github and i have create a ssh key like that guide on github but i still get *\subnus.mvc>git push origin master Enter passphrase for key ‘/c/Users/Subnus/.ssh/id_rsa’:
I’ve tried msysGit and Git on Cygwin. Both work just fine in and of themselves and both run gitk and git-gui perfectly. Now how the heck do I configure a mergetool? (Vimdiff works on Cygwin, but preferably I would like something a little more user-friendly for some of our Windows-loving coworkers.)
Is it possible to use a .netrc file on windows when I’m using Git to clone a remote repository with http and user – password?
I’m using Git-1.9.0-preview20140217 for Windows. As I know, this release should fix the issue with too long filenames. But not for me. Surely I’m doing something wrong: I did git config core.longpaths true and git add . then git commit. Everything went well. But when I now do a git status, I get a list […]
The problem: Our developers use a mix of Windows and Unix based OS’s. Therefore, symlinks created on Unix machines become a problem for Windows developers. In windows (msysgit), the symlink is converted to a text file with a path to the file it points to. Instead, I’d like to convert the symlink into an actual […]
i’m trying to get a working docker-installation following this tutorial: http://docs.docker.io/en/latest/installation/windows/ So far, I got the VM running with a manually downloaded repository (followed the github-link and downloaded as zip, because “git clone” didnt work behind my corporate proxy, even after setting up the proxy with “git conf –global http.proxy …” – it kept asking […]
My friends and I are trying to setup Git for Windows using the tutorial Git Server: Gitosis and Cygwin on Windows, but we just keep running into problems. What would a “Setup Git Server” guide for Windows using msysgit be like? There is a comment in the tutorial above suggesting it can’t be done with […]
I’m working with several repositories, but lately I was just working in our internal one and all was great. Today I had to commit and push code into other one, but I’m having some troubles. $ git push appharbor master error: The requested URL returned error: 403 while accessing https://email@example.com/mitivo.git/info/refs?service=git-receive-pack fatal: HTTP request failed There […]