You might want to give an example of the git clone command you do on the system that works, and then also the git clone command you do on the system which doesn't work.
I do something similar. On the local machine I do: git clone /SmartStor1/Volume1/PUBLIC/git/project.git on the remote machine, I do: git clone ssh:user@machine:/SmartStor1/Volume1/PUBLIC/git/project.git In both cases, I end up with the proper project working directory. Well, once I actually do a "git push --all" from my pre-existing local working directory (initialized with "git init" and set to the proper distribution repository with "git remote add") to get some initial content into the repository. On Monday, November 19, 2012 2:00:53 PM UTC-6, Javier Garcia wrote: > > Hi, > > I have created a git bare repository in a remote machine. I don't problems > to clone it to my local machine, but when I try to clone it any part of the > remote machine it says: > > Initialized empty Git repository in what/ever/.git/ > > so it doesn't clone anything. It just creates the typical folders when > init a git repo (branches/, config/,...). > > Any idea? > > > --