On Thu, May 21, 2009 at 7:49 AM, saad <mashrur....@gmail.com> wrote:

>> (my client, laptop) is invoking git commands on the server to make
>> a pack for you, and more.
>
> Ok, understandable. What if I can mount my linux account's home
> directory on a local mount point of my laptop. If this is possible,
> then I could just use the local version of the git to make the pack
> and use the server space, merely as a space (just like my USB stick).
> Does this make sense?

Yes, if you can mount the linux account's home on to your local
laptop, then you will not tneed git on the linux server side -
everything will be taken care of locally..

Hope that helps..

Regards,
Aneesh

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