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I can tell how bug reporting is handled for the development of git itself. They do not use any bug tracking software. Bugs are reported and discussed on the development mailinglist. It is possibly surprising, but works very well. The question or proposal to use some bug tracking software comes up often, so you can learn a lot about this from searching the ...


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When you do a simple export with HEAD, an internal timestamp is initialized based on the commit's timestamp. When you use more advanced filtering options, the timestamp is set to the current time. To change the behavior, you need to fork/patch git and change the second scenario, eg proof of concept: diff --git a/archive.c b/archive.c index 94a9981..0ab2264 ...


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@DavidAlpert's advice was correct. I fixed this by simply entering my domain credentials (username, then password) 3 or 4 times in a row. I don't know why, but it worked for me! I repeated this as an answer here since it is easy to miss in the comments.


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There is sparse checkout in git, however you still need to clone the whole repository first, and it seems this not what you want (pcl is large package after all). Therefore you have to download these files one by one from raw url: wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/PointCloudLibrary/pcl/master/doc/tutorials/content/sources/qt_visualizer/CMakeLists.txt ...


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Sadly, you are going to probably have to upgrade if you don't want to install from source. For future reference, you may want to try OpenSuSE Tumbleweed or OpenSuSE Evergreen as these repos provide continuous and long term support.


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You can use github's svn support: svn export https://github.com/user/project/trunk More details here: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/9609835/git-export-from-github-remote-repository


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This sounds like the user you're running has the default group set to yuri. You can confirm this like so: $ id -a uid=1000(saml) gid=1000(saml) groups=1000(saml),10(wheel),989(wireshark) The UID of your account is this: uid=1000(saml) whereas the default group is git=1000(saml) and any secondary groups are thereafter. NOTE: If you want the git clone to ...


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I think you are confusing the ports system. You don't want to clone the entire AUR repo Im sure. So if your question is which file system I use ext4. Some like btrfs. There are others for encryption but stick with one of those for now.


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Using Git in this manner is a really bad idea. It's not meant to store binary data, so every time you revision an identical image you'll be keeping both copies (old + new). Plus it's not really the fastest thing for moving this type of data around. If your heart is set on the Git interface you could use git-annex instead. It makes use of the Git U/I but ...


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Use tee to grab the output Tee Manual tee reads from Standard INPUT/OUTPUT to write files. I have a Python script which supports one of my requirements, and simple ">" redirection fails. Tee is the way to grab output. Your line should be: 10 04 * * * user /usr/bin/python2.7 /home/user/script.py -f someFlag | tee -a ~/cronout.log 2>&1 Try this: ...


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staging-next is, as of right now, currently broken, specifically f823182bc289 of staging-next is broken. If you really want to use staging-next, check out fcf1b73d08cd, which is near the top and does compile.


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It seems that's the development version of the kernel from gregkh git repository. It's not a stable version, so it might have errors. If you want a stable one, you need to use git clone git://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/stable/linux-stable.git


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One open-source GIT GUI whose interface isn't positively scary is gitg. From the project's website: gitg is the GNOME GUI client to view git repositories.


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To answer my Question: No This is the solution i ended up with: I added a file /etc/profile.d/gitsetup.sh with the following content: [ -z "$PS1" ] && return [ -z "$BASH_VERSION" -o -z "$PS1" ] && return CFGFILE="/home/$(who am i|awk '{ print $1 }')/.gitconfig" [ $USER == "root" -a -f "$CFGFILE" -a -n "$CFGFILE" ] && cat $CFGFILE ...



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