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git diff - listen for key press

I want to run the following commands: git diff git commit git commit will open the default editor to edit the commit message. But if the difference if not too long it will close immediately. How ...
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2answers
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High-level user on Media Temple DV managed server (Plesk)

I've recently set up a DV Managed server from Media Temple. I'm not sure if my question is specific to Media Temple, Plesk or Linux in general. I'm open to alternatives but basically what I am trying ...
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0answers
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Permission Denied (PublicKey,keyboard-interactive) linux raspberry pi

I know there are a ton of questions on this. I have read almost all of them. I have also googled this problem to no avail I attempted to git clone git@git.assembla.com:myhubname.git and I get ...
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Amazon EC2: Giving Permanent Permission To A Sepecific Directory In Amazon Linux AMI

I have a Symfony2 project that needs full read write permissions to three directories: app/cache, app/logs, and few other directories which are used for uploading. The problem is everytime I push an ...
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Trying to improve a sync to a shared drive

Easy question right? Just bare with me here.. I usually use Git to work with files on my local machine. I like this method because I can later check the files out on the shared drive for other ...
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2answers
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What does “--” mean in Linux/Unix command line? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What does “--” (double-dash) mean? git diff [options] [<commit>] [--] [<path>…] In here, how should I understand what [--] means? And when should I use it.
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Given a git patch id, how to find out which kernel release contains it?

Assume I have some issue that was fixed by a recent patch to the official Linux git repository. I have a work around, but I’d like to undo it when a release happens that contains my the fix. I know ...
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Git based package manager/installer for Linux

Is there any linux distro that has a git based package manager/installer. I want something similar to FreeBSD Ports (which is CVS based, I think) or Mac OS X Homebrew (git based).
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How can I update to a newer version of Git using apt-get?

I've just set up a new machine with Ubuntu Oneiric 11.10 and then run apt-get update apt-get upgrade apt-get install git Now if I run git --version it tells me I have git version 1.7.5.4 but on my ...