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I'm getting the following error when trying to pull from a git repository:

sh: git-upload-pack: not found 

I've seen many discussions about it and all of them suggest setting some path so that the binary git-upload-pack can be found. However, I'm trying to pull from a git repository on my android (phone) which has a barely functional git client.

Performing the following on my android returns nothing:

which git-upload-pack 

Can't git do without git-upload-pack on a remote repo?

  • I was able to mount the android phone's storage on my windows machine using WebDav and then pull from the android repo as if it was a local folder. – Abhishek Anand Apr 7 '14 at 12:58
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You do need it as it is part of git-fetch pack logic.

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