On Mon, Jul 01, 2013 at 09:26:37AM -0700, Dennis Chang wrote:
> It also doesn't work when I run it against the full Dropbox repos directory.
> Dropbox may have a lock on writing to the directory?
> ~/Documents/workspace/test-git:12:24$ git remote rm origin
> ~/Documents/workspace/test-git:12:24$ git remote add origin 
> git@gitserver:/opt/Dropbox/repos/someproj.git
> ~/Documents/workspace/test-git:12:24$ git push origin master
> fatal: '/opt/Dropbox/repos/someproj.git' does not appear to be a git 
> repository
> fatal: The remote end hung up unexpectedly
> ~/Documents/workspace/test-git:12:24$

The next step ought to be to verify that it really is Dropbox that
interferes, e.g. by putting the repo outside the Dropbox folder and
verify that it works then.


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