On Mar 15, 1:54 pm, Thomas Ferris Nicolaisen <tfn...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Sabba,
>
> The thing is that the repository on *gitserver* has to be a "bare"
> repository. Usually all central git repositories are "bare". It doesn't make
> sense for them to have a work-tree, and that's why Git stops you from
> pushing.
>
> I suggest you have a look at my collection of resources and screencasts on
> how to work with git-svn:
>
> http://www.tfnico.com/presentations/git-and-subversion
>
> Please post back here if you get stuck, or you don't know where to go from
> here.

If I read what you said on 
http://blog.tfnico.com/2010/08/syncing-your-git-repo-with-subversion.html
correctly, my actual mirror needs to be a set of bare repositories
created by

>cd /scm/git
>git init --bare fudge.git

followed by a git push from the area that had the "git svn clone"
procedure. I had thought that the git svn clone was all that was
needed. I will try to set this up.

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