Thanks, I thought something was wrong; I'll give it a try.
On Thursday, October 30, 2014 10:31:58 AM UTC-4, Ben A wrote:
> 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
> * master
> 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.
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