On Mar 5, 6:03 pm, "Michael P. Soulier" <msoul...@digitaltorque.ca>

> > fatal: Unable to create temporary file: Permission denied
> Well there's your problem!
> Look at the permissions of the remote user, and check the perms on /tmp. Odd
> since anyone should be able to write to /tmp.

The error message presented does not state Git tried to create a file
under /tmp.
Since the repo appears to be located in a totally veird place (not
under /var/local/something or ~/devel/whatever), I'd check permissions
on /opt/git/jlnLib.git.

Julien, the user jln must have full write access to the repository
directory, recursively,
# chown -R jln /opt/git/jlnLib.git
# chmod -R u+rw /opt/git/jlnLib.git

And yes, as Michael said, check that /tmp has permissions set to 1777.

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