git pull errors
I'm trying to pull a commit made on a Linux machine into a Windows machine. I'm getting this error message:
error: git checkout-index: unable to create file my/folder/name/: (Invalid argument)
On the Linux machine there appeared to be 2 such 'name' folders called:
'Name'. Even after uniting them under
'name' and re-committing, I still get the same error message.
On Windows I have git version 184.108.40.206.msysgit.0 and on Linux I have git version 220.127.116.11.
I did find a bunch of seemingly related SO questions of this nature, but none had a clear or relevant solution.
UPDATE: The files are hosted on a remote hosting service so that both Windows and Linux machines pull from the remote repo.
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