Remote info is obtained from the config file of the repo. I don't know how
you created the remote repo but this info is missing in that repo.

Maybe you could just add the remote repo to fix your problem, if you have
remote refs you need to have the remote.

2014-10-30 11:31 GMT-03:00 Ben A <bsanh...@gmail.com>:

> Hi,
> I am new to git; and created a bare shared repository from one I had been
> working on.
> The shared depot has a reference to a remote branch I had copied from;
> but git remote gives no information.
>
> git branch -a
>   branch1
>   branch2
> * master
>   remotes/origin/branch2
>
> git remote -v
>
> Did something break, or is it normal?  I was following directions in git
> guide using scp.
> Also, I wouldn't mind deleting this reference as I will be treating my new
> shared repository as the new origin; but wasn't sure how to clean up as
> origin is not listed by remote command.
> Thanks
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