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How to use a new remote git repository when there is no access to old git repository?


How to use a new remote git repository when there is no access to old git repository?

By : andy garcia
Date : November 14 2020, 04:48 PM
wish of those help If the history of the project (which you indicated is under someone else's control) is NOT important to you, it is a simply matter of copying all the code from the remote server and creating a NEW repository on your machine.
Remember, a git repository is a decentralized, atomic unit. So the git repository presently on the server (I assume this is where you are getting the "uncommitted changes" message) can be ignored. If you have SSH access on the server - which it sounds like - you could delete the .git/' directory and then usegit init` to create a NEW repository that would be able to contain all the files on the server.
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Cannot clone a git repository and have to create a repository locally first and to configure its local remote setting

Cannot clone a git repository and have to create a repository locally first and to configure its local remote setting


By : Syed Ali
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it should still fix some issue You have set your ~/.ssh/config correctly, but you are not using the correct host in your git clone command. Use the hostname that you have set in your config file to use the corresponding key:
code :
# Use your default key
git clone git@github.com:foousername/project1.git

# Use the ~/.ssh/id_rsa_foo key
git clone git@github.com-foousername:foousername/project1.git

# Use the ~/.ssh/id_rsa_bar key
git clone git@github.com-barusername:barusername/project1.git
How do I link an already established local git repository to a new remote repository and push all files to remote?

How do I link an already established local git repository to a new remote repository and push all files to remote?


By : user3269870
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Github set up private repository contributor error: fatal: Could not read from remote repository

Github set up private repository contributor error: fatal: Could not read from remote repository


By : Gunawan Wawan
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
help you fix your problem Problem solved by using the same code on Mac. Previously using windows, and wouldn't go through. Don't know why.... Anyone has idea why windows cannot handle this?
VS Code - Connect to remote GIT repository and PUSH local files to new remote repository

VS Code - Connect to remote GIT repository and PUSH local files to new remote repository


By : batzi2016
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it fixes the issue I assume you started to work in a directory and didn't use git there. The following should work with git bash:
code :
cd "path to your repo"
git init
git add . # if you want to commit everything. Otherwise use .gitconfig files
git commit -m "initial commit" # If you change anything, you can add and commit again...
git remote add origin https://...
git remote show origin # if everything is ok, you will see your remote
git push -u origin master # assuming your are on the master branch.
Does `origin/master` refer to a remote branch in a remote repository, or a remote-tracking branch in a local repository?

Does `origin/master` refer to a remote branch in a remote repository, or a remote-tracking branch in a local repository?


By : Brian
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hop of those help? Your assessment of the first paragraph seems faulty to me : origin/master does refer to your local remote-tracking branch.
It's implied by the expression "the remote repository’s branches are available in the clone by branch names...". These are the local copies of the remote branches, updated only when you fetch but locally accessible at any point.
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