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What are the implications of a shared git clone if the source repository is remote?

So, the a git shared repository seems to be more or less perfect for keeping folders with large blobs in sync. I have something like 700 GB of pictures and videos I want to distribute across my ...
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Installing Git on Windows

I've installed several different versions of Git on Windows all with the same failure. I get an error "libssh2.dll is not installed on this computer...". I looked around the installation files, and, ...
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msysgit's ssh doesn't display colors

I'm using Console 2 to launch msysgit's Bash shell in Windows. When I ssh to a server (either a SLES or RHLE server) and do an ls or use vi I don't get any colors. However, the colors DO work ...
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msysgit on the command prompt without bash

I've got mysysgit setup with Tortoise with PuTTY and ssh. From the Tortoise side everything is working I can clone, pull, push, etc. If I drop to a command prompt and run git I see the help screen so ...
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Problem using git on Windows 7 with msysgit and .ssh keys

I'm using git on my Ubuntu machine with my existing ssh keys. Now I have to use Git on Windows 7, and need to use the same keypairs. I have set up msysgit and created an .ssh folder in ...
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What is an SSH key?

I signed up for github and notice the ssh key option which looked interesting. I originally expected something like an ssl key (name, co name, etc). After going through it i notice i only put a ...
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Git remote add doesn't work

I'm trying to add a remote server from my git bash prompt with something like: git remote add origin ssh://myserver.pair.com/usr/home/myname/myrepo.git fatal: Not a git repository (or any of the ...