Marc Singer <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

>   [EMAIL PROTECTED] /git > git clone 
> rsync:// 
> linux-2.6
>   defaulting to local storage area
>   ssh: rsync: Name or service not known
>   fatal: unexpected EOF

Hmph.  "git clone rsync:// git.git"
seems to work so does the exact command you show above.  Is it
possible that you are running git-clone-script from an older Git?

> Moreover, I'd like to be able to
> keep one repo that is just pulling from the net and then clone it for
> different working directories.

That is a sane thing to ask.  Assuming you have solved the above

    $ ls
    $ git clone -l linux-2.6 linux-ms
    $ git clone -l linux-2.6 linux-ms-net
    $ git clone -l linux-2.6 linux-ms-ide
    $ git clone -l linux-2.6 linux-ms-usb

would make local clones of vanilla linux-2.6 repo you locally
have ("-l" knows to use hardlinks when possible).

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