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Re: Functional GIT on F11 ?

Aaron Gray wrote:
> I have set '/pub/git/expermental' to 'git:gitgroup'
> and added 'gitgroup' as a group to 'ang'
> remotely this fails :-
> ang AMD2500-PC ~/git/experimental
> $ git push ssh://git.cybercomms.org/pub/git/experimental/.git
> ang git cybercomms org's password:
> Counting objects: 3, done.
> Compressing objects: 100% (2/2), done.
> Writing objects: 100% (2/2), 234 bytes, done.
> Total 2 (delta 1), reused 0 (delta 0)
> error: insufficient permission for adding an object to repository database
> ./obj
> ects
> fatal: failed to write object
> error: unpack failed: unpacker exited with error code
> To ssh://git.cybercomms.org/pub/git/experimental/.git
>  ! [remote rejected] master -> master (n/a (unpacker error))
> error: failed to push some refs to 'ssh://
> git.cybercomms.org/pub/git/experimenta
> l/.git'
>  But if I set ''/pub/git/expermental' to 'ang:ang' then it works.

Is /pub/git/experimental set to be a shared repo?  What is the output

    $ git --git-dir /pub/git/experimental config core.sharedRepository

It should report true.  If not, set that via:

>>>>     # Tell git the repository is shared
>>>>     $ git --git-dir /pub/git/experimental config core.sharedrepository true

Then check that you've set all the permissions as outlined below:

>>>>     # Set proper group ownership
>>>>     $ chgrp -R gitgroup /pub/git/expermental
>>>>     # Make all directories setgid
>>>>     $ find /pub/git/expermental -type d -exec chmod g+s {} \;
>>>>     # Ensure files and dirs are group writable
>>>>     $ find /pub/git/expermental/ \( -type f -o -type d \) -a \
>>>>                           \( -perm /u+w -a ! -perm /g+w \) \
>>>>         xargs chmod g+w

Lastly, it's generally a good idea to only ever push to a 'bare'
repository, i.e. a repository that has no working directory associated
with it.  This isn't related to your permissions problem, but it is
something that can bite you later, so it's worth mentioning.  When you
create a remote repository, it should generally be done using either:

    $ git clone -q --bare some/git/url /path/to/new/repo.git
    $ git --git-dir /path/to/new/repo.git --bare init --shared=true

By convention, bare repositories end with .git.

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