Hi, I found the solution on the Bitmessage forum. It's a bug in the latest version. To correct it issue:cd $HOME/PyBitmessage/src/
git pull origin master
python bitmessagemain.pyWorks now!
I have the following problem on one of our servers: I want a user that pulls from a Git repo on a regular basis (using a cronjob), but only doing fast-forward pulls (the content on the server changes sometimes, too). With modern Git (1.6.6 and newer), I can simply do
git pull --ff-only origin master
but since I only have 220.127.116.11 installed, I can't do that.
I'm trying to update a git repository on system startup.
I called a Script from /etc/rc.local which is executed.
In that script I do the following steps:
1) Enter the folder where repo was cloned to
2) Do a git pull in that folder in two different ways
1st way simple git pull > /home/user/result.txt (doesn't work)
2nd way git --git-dir=/home/pi/gitrepo/.git pull origin master > /home/user/