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Going through a tutorial on PHP Symfony and at one point it suggests setting up a git repository. Here's my CLI sequence...

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This is supposed to be cake and ice cream. Navigate to the home directory, enter "git init" and then, BOOM.

Instead I get an error that says "the git command is not recognized..."

What am I missing?
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What is the connection between a Netbeans 8.2 (php) project and a remote git repository? There is no git information in the project properties. I understand using Team menu as described in the docs. The confusion is how is a project logically linked to a remote repo? When I use the Team menu, does that operate on the current project only? What if there are two projects open at the same time?

I have one large project that encompasses an entire server and all its inter-related sub-domains, and one smaller project that is a single sub-domain of the large project. I need to have the larger project connected to one remote repo (on bitbucket), and the smaller project connected to a different remote repo (also on bitbucket). The whole project-to-repo connection is unclear.

Assuming I have to open one project at a time to have different repo's -
when I use Team -> Remote -> Clone the dialog displayed is confusing (see attached image file). This is supposed to be a remote repository (right?), so why are the examples and the Browse button all assuming a local file on my hard drive? Shouldn't it be a url like https://bitbucket.org/.../file.git ?
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Hello

Let's say i narrow the language in github search. I further want to specify a string to search for in all the repos available. Possible? How?

thanks
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can we  run a script automatically when a developer commits a change into GIT
best way to run this script. kindly help.
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I want to know how to edit a comment in git after commit has been pushed , the exact commit number is available with me, I am using "ubuntu 16.04"   and git version is "GitLab Community Edition 8.14.0"
There are few more users who have done a commit after me on the same project.
I do not want other commit messages to be altered.
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I am planning to storing large video files on GitHub and is looking for guidance on how to optimize the user experience for downloading these large files off GitHub.

Is there any way to make the files smaller on the upload, cloning the repo, or if there was another platform/service we could consider ?

Thanks,
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I have been trying to install GIT 2.8.1 on my AIX server running 7100-03-04-1441, and receiving following error:

# rpm -ihv git-2.8.1-1.aix6.1.ppc.rpm
error: failed dependencies:
        libcrypto.a(libcrypto.so) is needed by git-2.8.1-1
        libssl.a(libssl.so) is needed by git-2.8.1-1

I have verified that both of these files are on the system in /opt/freeware/lib.
 Per my  research findings, I ran the updtvpkg command, and also  exported my  LIBPATH to include /usr/lib/ and /opt/freeware/lib. Also tried the -nodep option, which allowed git to be installed, but then receive the message:
Could not load program git:
        Dependent module /usr/lib/libcrypto.a(libcrypto.so) could not be loaded.
        Member libcrypto.so is not found in archive

Any ideas would be greatly appreciated!
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I'm having an issue upon merging to master in git.
A file that I was working on in my local branch (old.file) has been moved and renamed in master (to new.file).
After merging master into my branch I now have the new file and working changes on the old file.

How do I move changed contents of old.file into new.file?
I only want to move the 20-something changed lines of old.file into new.file and then delete old.file.
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I have a website that I need to commit system generated files and folders to an existing git repository via linux command line. I've pulled the repo to my server, and am writing files within a sub folder of the repo, but when I run 'git add [FOLDER]/*' , its giving me an error that the folder is outside the repository. I'm at a loss as to how to get past this. I'm brand new to git, please help!
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This is Chef cookbook question.

Question: I need to dynamically reference an index.html file located on github.com within the recipe.

Apache2:

template '/var/www/html/index.html' do
   source index.html.erb
end

In the above code, /var/www/html/index.html file is being replaced with index.html.erb located in <cookbook>/template/default/index.html.erb file. What I want is instead of index.html.erb, I need to use https://github.com/<repository>/myIndex.html

If there is any change in myIndex.html, it should reflect in /var/www/html/index.html realtime.

I appreciate your help.
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Hi Expert,

I just got installed Git on my server  running on CentOS 6.7. However, I can't access to my repository via public key, actually my laptop can access my server using ssh key which I already added to server, I would like to know is there any configuration I should take on my linux server in order to get access to my repository?

Thanks
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Git

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Git is a version control system for software development. It is a distributed revision control system with an emphasis on speed, data integrity, and support for distributed, non-linear workflows. Git was initially designed and developed for Linux kernel development. As with most other distributed version control systems, every Git working directory is a full-fledged repository with complete history and full version-tracking capabilities, independent of network access or a central server.

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