I am having a very strange problem with git and github. When I try and push, I am getting: git push -u origin master ERROR: Repository not found. fatal: The remote end hung up unexpectedly I added the remote: git remote add origin email@example.com:account-name/repo-name.git Any ideas?
I’m not sure why I’m unable to checkout a branch that I had worked on earlier. See the commands below (note: co is an alias for checkout): ramon@ramon-desktop:~/source/unstilted$ git branch -a * develop feature/datts_right feature/user_controlled_menu feature/user_controlled_site_layouts master remotes/origin/HEAD -> origin/master remotes/origin/develop remotes/origin/feature/datts_right remotes/origin/master ramon@ramon-desktop:~/source/unstilted$ git co feature/user_controlled_site_layouts error: pathspec ‘feature/user_controlled_site_layouts’ did not match any file(s) […]
Is there a way to trigger a hook after a new branch has been checked out in Git?
Here is my transcript from trying to merge my bugfix branch onto my master branch in preparation to push it upstream. There have been some upstream changes pulled into master since the bugfix branch was created, and it now refuses to rebase. The files it throws errors on are not diffed when opened. no files […]
I am new to git, I usually use P4 which has center repository, while git is distributed VCS. I am interested in how git works when two peers push changes to same remote simultaneously. Assume each peer resolved all conflicts before push. I guess the later one will be rejected if git reports conflicts! However, […]
I working on a cms project and using a open source cms that hosted on github , how can I fetch the latest commit remotely to my working copy without overwrite some of my local setting ? example my database setting etc ?
How do I list a private Github repo as a “dependency” in package.json? I tried npm‘s Github URLs syntaxes like ryanve/example, but doing npm install in the package folder gives “could not install” errors for the private dependencies. Is there a special syntax (or some other mechanism) for depending on private repos?
Is there a way, short of actually checking out the parent commit, to determine a submodule’s SHA-1 commit ID based on a commit ID in the parent clone? I know I can find the currently associated SHA-1 with ‘git submodule’. Here’s an example: I have a clone with a single submodule ‘foo’ that has changed […]
1) Run Git Bash (C:\Program Files (x86)\Git\bin\sh.exe –login) $ ssh -v firstname.lastname@example.org OpenSSH_4.6p1, OpenSSL 0.9.8e 23 Feb 2007 debug1: Reading configuration data /c/Users/Alexander Fedorov/.ssh/config debug1: Applying options for github.com debug1: Connecting to github.com [188.8.131.52] port 22. debug1: Connection established. … Hi xpoft! You’ve successfully authenticated, but GitHub does not provide shell access. … Okay! ssh […]
I’ve went through the excellent guide provided by Tim Davis which is about configuring Git to work with SSH under Windows in order to produce a Git Server in order to have a main place for my DVCS. I am in the process of creating a clone for my project. I’ve went through all the […]