On Mon, Feb 25, 2013 at 12:47:50PM -0800, Matt Snow wrote:

> For some unknown reason whenever I do a git pull, it just hangs.  Nothing 
> happens.  I have tried to remove all the files, do a git init, then try to 
> git pull again but no luck.  
> I am at a loss for what happened or any ideas how to fix it.
> Anyone care to help a frustrated "gitter"?

Unfortunately, the question as it stands has no real chance to be
answered because you have provided precisely zero information about
your setup which drastically lowers your chances to get a sensible
answer.  How asking a technical question is supposed to be done
right is pretty well explained in the classic HOWTO [1].

Hence please re-try providing full info on your environment (OS and
its version, flavor of Git and its version, URL you use for fetching
etc) *and* be prepared for things like being asked to run a network
capturing software to see what really happens on the wire.

Also note that this list is for helping newbie users with using Git;
if you think your problem looks like a bug, consider posting to the main
Git list (for developers) which is git at vger.kernel.org -- see [2]
for more info.  And be sure you don't post HTML there as it will be

1. http://www.catb.org/esr/faqs/smart-questions.html#beprecise
2. http://vger.kernel.org/vger-lists.html#git

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