Hi,

I can't reproduce the problem precisely, but I'm guessing you did not set
up "origin" to be a *bare* repo.

You can't push to regular repos. Distributing changes between regular repos
requires a strict fork-and-pull workflow, although cloning is also
permitted.

To set up a repo that you want to push to (analogous to a repo on GitHub)
you need something like the following procedure:

  $ mkdir ~/my-project.git/   # Alongside the regular repo ~/my-project/
  $ cd ~/my-project.git/
  $ git init --bare
  $ cd ~/my-project/
  $ git remote add origin ~/my-project.git/
  $ git push origin master

If the bare repo is on some other machine that you can ssh to instead of
locally, the changes to make are reasonably obvious:

  my-git-server $ mkdir ~/my-project.git/
  my-git-server $ cd ~/my-project.git/
  my-git-server $ git init --bare

  my-local-box $ cd ~/my-project/
  my-local-box $ git remote add origin my-git-server:my-project.git
  my-local-box $ git push origin master

Creating and manipulating bare repos is basically how GitHub works under
the hood. Everything else is just convenient bling-bling :)


Kind regards,


Tim



On Mon, Oct 30, 2017 at 12:07:23AM -0700, Martin wrote:
> Hi, All:
> 
> 
> I created a repository on a home server. I can ssh to the server without 
> any issue. I can also 'git clone' the empty repository from another home 
> computer and everything works fine. 
> 
> I then tried a simple "git add, git commit". No issue! However, when I do 
> 'git push origin master', it got stuck there forever without issuing any 
> warning or error message, as below:
> 
> abigail@abilina:~/my-project$ git push origin master 
> git@10.0.0.250's password: 
>                                                                               
>                         
> Counting objects: 3, done. 
> Writing objects: 100% (3/3), 208 bytes | 0 bytes/s, done. 
> Total 3 (delta 0), reused 0 (delta 0)
> 
> The push wasn't successful and got stuck like this. What could be the 
> reason? 
> 
> Thanks.
> 
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