Git push origin master getting 'origin' doesn't appear to be a git repository

What I have done: git init git remote add master fatal: ‘origin’ does not appear to be a git repository fatal: The remote end hung up unexpectedly I have http access to the remote git. How to fix this? Thanks.

Easy way to Git squash?

I often do this: git add -u git commit …discover mistake, fix it… git add -u git commit -m “Fix typo” Is there an easy way to squash the second commit back into the first? Sometimes I can do it with git rebase -i, but sometimes I just get a message about being up to […]

GitHub error “fatal: bad config file line 1 in .git/config” when in git shell

Im using GitHub on Windows and after working fine for the whole time, when I opened it today, it says “Failed to load commit history for this repository. You might need to open a shell and debug the state of this repo.” and then “Failed to get list of branches.”. When I open shell and […]

Why doesn't git have a pre-push hook?

I would like to have a hook to run my tests before I push my changes to the remote (which sits on bitbucket). I usually branch off master and when the feature is done I merge it back to master and push, which is why I was looking for the pre-push hook. Instead, I have […]

Ignore future modifications of a .gitignore'd file which was added with git add -f

I often find myself commiting with git add -f binary files which are in .gitignore (.exe, .pdf, …), just to include a stable, working, compiled file in the history, so I can at least use it even if I have problems compiling it again (eg. because of a missing library on another computer). $ cat […]

How to mirror a git repository safely?

I want to mirror some git repositories with a background job. git clone –mirror and git remote update won’t preserve objects that were unreferenced with a forced push, but I want to keep those too in case of a hack. Are there any tools to perform safe git mirrors?

GIT merge successfully but introduce a compilation error

I have to find a situation where git merge the file successfully but there is an compilation error in the program after merging. Is there any way to do that!! I know git uses the longest common subsequence for merging. I have done a lot of trial but not able to find. If anyone know…. […]

git clone connection refused

i’m pretty new and try to set up an environment for my Econotag. Using this guide i get an error message user@instant-contiki:~$ git clone git:// Cloning into ‘libmc1322x’… fatal: unable to connect to[0:]: errno=Connection refused How to get around this

Git pushes to wrong heroku app

This I’m sure is based solely on my lack of understanding of git, The problem is I don’t know what I don’t know. I have a successful app deployed to Heroku. It tracks work orders for my fire dept. In my normal work flow, I use $ git push heroku master from the app directory […]

fatal: I don't handle protocol '' while pushing to upstream

$ git push fatal: The current branch master has no upstream branch. To push the current branch and set the remote as upstream, use git push –set-upstream origin master $ git push –set-upstream origin master fatal: I don’t handle protocol ” $ git config –global url.”https://”.insteadOf git:// $ git push –set-upstream origin master fatal: I […]

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