I have two directories: src and projects. I would like to prevent myself from running git ... unless I am specifically inside src or projects. Is this possible?
Please forgive me if this seems easy, but I only started learning Unix 2 days ago. Basically, I have been taught that when typing a command into the terminal it needs to be of the form: [command ...
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I am using Git as many of you do. Also, I don't use any GUI for that — just CLI. So I was wondering: are there any way to make Git commands (git status, git checkout etc.) complete themselves when ...
I am trying to install git. I run the following command: sudo apt-get install git-core git-gui git-doc But receive the following error: sudo: apt-get: command not found What should I do?
In a console, is it possible to change into a commands "environment"? To explain, I take "git" as an example. While programming and using a git repository, I change to the repos path and then do many ...
When using Git VCS, I execute all of the git commands on the directory that contains a .git repository. I want to execute a git-pull through an SSH trigger but how do I define the path to the ...