Include .pem for git pull / push
I keep a Git server on Amazon EC2, and in order to
pull to it I need to run
ssh-add ~/.ssh/pem/Me.pem. Is there any way to add this
.pem file to the Git config such that I won't have to run
ssh-add each time? I'm thinking of a configuration file in a similar vein to
~/.ssh/config which lets users configure just such an option (
We recently switched to git and are trying to use Submodules to include our Common libraries. No matter what we do we can not get 'git pull --rebase' to work in the Super or Submodule. We get: james:
I cloned a project over ssh, made some changes, commit it, and then trying to push changes back (by $> git push), but I'm getting an error: remote: error: refusing to update checked out branch: re
starting from the steps reported in this post: Generate .pem file Used to setup Apple PUSH Notification is it possible to recreate the apsn-server.pem for production server starting from the point 7?
I need to perform some actions (prepare gettext *.mo message files) on my project everytime I run git pull. Is there any suitable git hook, which I could use for this purpose please?
I recently upgraded my MacBook Pro to Snow Leopard and git pull returns: rakudo $ git pull git: 'pull' is not a git-command. See 'git --help' Did you mean this? shell rakudo $ git-pull -bash: git-pu
When using the xCode IDE when selecting file -> Source Control -> Pull or Push xCode crashes. The only workaround so far found for this is to load the organiser and select each repository and cl
I made fixes and tests, git commit -a, updated my branches and now I'm trying to push to a GitHub fork I had previously made: vagrant@rails-dev-box:~/rails$ git push mine my_fix Username for 'https://
What I'm interested in is seeing which branch master is configured to push to and pull from? I'm using git version 1.9.3 Currently the only solution I have found is git remote show [remote]. Which if
I am a svn user and thought will try out git. I created a repository which would act like my central repository, a staging repo for testing and moving it to central repo and many clone of staging repo
This question already has an answer here: Pull is not possible because you have unmerged files, git stash doesn't work. Don't want to commit 4 answers I tried to git pull from a repo, then I
Is there a way to git pull until there is something to pull. Say i'm waiting for a collegue to push his latest changes, since i'm impatient and not looking at his screen, i just run watch git pull unt
OVERVIEW I am using Gitlab server locally in ubuntu 13.10 and I got following output in these command sudo -u git -H bundle exec rake gitlab:env:info RAILS_ENV=production System information System: Ub
I started using git sometime back and do not fully understand the intricacies. My basic question here is to find out the difference between a git pull and git pull --rebase , since adding the --rebase
After my team friend did a push operation on our repo I can't do push operation. First I commit later I click push Push will not be performed because it would create remote branches. You must first re
I tried and tried to generate .pem file , every time generating certificates from client's account and then generating .pem file using terminal, but its of no use. i followed many links for the same.
I was thinking of building a chat application in ASP .NET. I was thinking of either using push or pull. I have found that pull is more scalable than push. But does any body know if the web chat messen
everytime i try to push , its telling me that i cant push to git://github.com/somegitrepo.git it tells me to use https://github.com/somegitrepo.git , and it will work only if i type git push https://g
I am using msysgit client, I am able to fetch,push but when I try to pull it shows git: 'pull' is not a git command. See 'git --help'. I tried for git --exec-path and it gives C:\git-client/libexec/
I've been comparing pull-only FRP (ie netwire) with push-pull FRP (ie reactive-bannana) in the implementation of games. Are there advantages to one over the other? Things I've notices are: Push event
I pushed a change to a remote test git repo, then reset my local git repo to HEAD^, and now am trying to push my local repo to origin, but I get a non fast forward merger warning. If I do a git pull
I created a repository in my desktop and push to github, then clone that repository to my laptop to make development, later committed the changes and push to github. now back to my desktop, i tried 'g
I have my git master - a local repo on my computer - no remote repos anywhere. Say I'm in the dir maths. I do: git branch relative_imports git checkout relative_imports ... do some work, add a file, m
when i push my code to git server,arise this waning that i couldn't find out.Who can help me,thanks... warning: push.default is unset; its implicit value is changing in Git 2.0 from 'matching' to 'si
I've seen people use $ git push and it pushes to their default remote repo/branch I've been using $ git push hm master What settings do I need to change so when I type: $ git push I don't see this
How to do Push / Pull works automatically with the other branch of remote repository? By default, created a master. I added develop. I want everyone to have worked with develop. :-)
I am working on my raspberry pi server and whenever I clone or do anything on the gitremotely I want to disable password on the push and pull. How do I do that? I don't want to enter password on git s
Is there a way to execute git push and git push heroku master all in one line on the command prompt? It is cumbersome and time-consuming to go git push, wait, wait, then git push heroku master
I would like to run a compression script before git push such that anytime a user tries to push changes to a remote repository, it checks for uncommitted changes in the compressible assets, aborts git
I guess this is a best-practice question: We have a test server, a git repository and several workstations. When we do browser tests we work directly on the test server. So whoever does the browser te
I can't git push/pull to github from my corporate vpn: git push origin master ssh: connect to host github.com port 22: Connection timed out fatal: The remote end hung up unexpectedly I assume this is
Is there any way to disable git pull? I'd like to either make it not work or not do anything, so that, when typing it by mistake, it won't cause me problems.
I'm very new to git and I'm still confused about how it works. So I forgot to do pull the repo (of the project that my group is working on) daily, and then made changes to the older version of the rep
I'm pretty new to git so not sure how to fix the current problem I find myself in. I was told to do a git pull --rebase git push To merge my local commits to the ones on the server. Now however, all
I am looking for some advise with git and push/pull and trying to get my head around the correct flow. I have a Master branch hosted on codebasehg. So locally I am working and commiting and pushing. F
Let's say you forked a project on a github multiple people (less than 5) are working on this fork the goal is to make a pull request with our changes After a few commits to our fork, we now want to
How I can do this in one command on MacOSX? git stash git pull origin master git stash pop I've tried with git stash && git pull origin mater && git stash apply and works fine.
I have a production server with git-184.108.40.206_centos5.2 described here, and I have a local machine with git 220.127.116.11. What I need is a copy on local server where I can develop the site and upload it to t
As I said in the title, I am able to push to the gerrit, pull from the gerrit, but I am not able to cherry pick. When I asked the admin, he said I have all the rights to cherry pick, but I get the err
Lets say there is a team with 4 developers. We also have a central repository for our project. Developers push and pull from central repository. Here(in Decentralized but centralized section) it says
I often find myself doing git push and sometimes git push -u origin master. I would like to know which one executes faster. Since git push uses the default repository which I am working on and the lat
git pull --rebase removes unpushed merge commits. Is there a way to make it preserve them? Say my history looks like— A | \ B H | | C G | | D F | / E (A being the merge commit.) After a git pull --re
I've been looking around the internet and can't find what this does: git push origin master:refs/heads/master What is the difference with just plain: git push origin master Thanks.
My personal repository has some repositories as submodules. And the following command $ git submodule foreach git pull origin master was faced with the following result right after entering ruby repo
Hi I am writing here asking for some help. This is driving me crazy. I have git bash working without problems. I can pull push commit etc Now, In sublime text 2 I can add, commit but not push or pull.
touch test git add test git commit -m test git push -u origin master This worked. The file was uploaded to the repository. rm test cp -R ../website ./website git rm test git add website/ git commit
I am trying to create a branch named springdevelopment and push the code it to the git. git checkout -b springdevelopment git add . git commit -m 'initial commit' git push origin springdevelopment git
I'm new in Git repository. So i have an openshift cloud all configured, and my application allows users to upload their avatar! But when i ran a 'git pull', those uploaded images, never came to my loc
I have branch named X which I want to push to a remote master branch. But when I execute: git fetch remote_name git checkout -B branchX remote_name/master ... Add a commit ... git push remote_name mas
I found, in the official guide: git push origin HEAD A handy way to push the current branch to the same name on the remote. However, the meaning of the command is not clear to me. Why does it have t
We can push the head of a branch like below $ git push origin HEAD And, we can use @ for alias of HEAD. $ git show @ Then why does the below command gives me an error? $ git push origin @ fatal: re