On 17/10/2015 10:45, liu wen wrote:
> I have two laptop A and B, I want to create a shared repository on A,
> and I can clone/pull/push the shared repo on B.
> is it possible? if so, what are the clone command like?
> 
> and do I need to enter password again and again? can I avoid entering
> password( like ssh-agent)?
> 
> thanks
> 
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As long as you can "see" the other laptop via a shared directory that
contains the repository the clone command will be:

  git clone /path/to/shared/dir/repo_dir

If you set up your share so that the path above will always be the same
when the "master" laptop is available and switched on you can then sync
between them with simple push & pull commands.  If you are not always
able to connect the two you can use patches via email to keep them in step.

Password management is a whole other barrel of fish.
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Steve (Gadget) Barnes
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