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How can I create pushable remote Mercurial repos that works over SSH?

I have been using git for a while and I use git and ssh. I have couple bare repos on my server which I use to pull and push on multiple computers. Now I want to try Mercurial for some of my projects ...
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Change outgoing repo on a hgsubversion checkout

For various convoluted reasons, I had to svnsync a subversion repo to be local, before I could clone it with hgsubversion, rather than cloning it straight from the 'source'. Now that has worked ...
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Mercurial HG: “hg push” returns abort: HTTP Error 500: No such file or directory

I am using mercurial and when I am trying to use hg push, I am getting this error: abort: HTTP Error 500: No such file or directory Server information: Nginx with Mercurial Debian 7.1 Any idea ...
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How to deal with binary files in Google Code?

How do you deal with binary files in your Google Code Mercurial repository? I have heard something about bfiles extension and such, but I do not know where to begin. If you are going to say I should ...
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TortoiseHg; How to Connect to Server?

I'm starting a project with another partner of mine and have therefore resorted to using the Student Package from Kiln as a repository. I would like to get the bloody thing to work. I've looked at ...
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Mercurial mirror: abort: No such file or directory: http://[…]/00manifest.i

I am trying to setup a daily mirror of a mercurial repository - code.python.org in particular - within our local network, and serve that via Apache HTTPD. On the remote host that hosts apache, I did ...
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Tortoise HG “Out of Memory” While Trying to Clone Repo

While trying to clone a ~500 MB repository onto my local drive using mercurial, I repeatedly get the "Out of Memory" error. I have 2 GB of memory and I have never seen this. I installed the latest ...
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bitbucket on my own server

I want to have something like bitbucket.org or github (but for mercurial!) on my VDS. I don't need full functionality, but I need it being able to serve repositories, accept changes (with auth!) and ...