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answered I'm having some trouble setting up IP restrictions with Gitolite
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comment Installing JDK 1.7 on CentOS
yum should ask because of another product which depends on it, I suppose.
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comment Installing JDK 1.7 on CentOS
@kinkajou I don't know. I know jdk and openjdk are two different product, only the second one can be installed without having to accept a license first.
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comment I'm having some trouble setting up IP restrictions with Gitolite
What gitolite version are you using? I don't see how a VREF would add anything to authorized key, as shown in gitolite.com/gitolite/…
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answered Gitolite3 not writing
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comment Gitolite3 not writing
Is it an empty repository? Did you commit within a branch? what git branch -avvv return?
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comment How to install packages on Linux or Solaris on non-default paths?
+1, very interesting. But at this point, my project "compileEverything" is mature enough is doesn't matter anymore: 1 click, 2 hours and you get everything compiled and configured, ready to work (git, gitweb, gitlab, gitolite, ...): github.com/VonC/compileEverything