I have been using git to keep two copies of my project in sync, one is my local box, the other the test server. This is an issue which occurs when I log onto our remote development server using ssh;
git clone email@example.com:/home/chris/myproject Initialized empty Git repository in /tmp/myproject/.git/ Password: bash: git-upload-pack: command not found fatal: The remote end hung up unexpectedly fetch-pack from 'firstname.lastname@example.org:/home/chris/myproject' failed.
(the file-names have been changed to protect the guilty... !)
Both boxes run Solaris 10 AMD. I have done some digging, if I add --upload-pack=
which git-upload-pack the command works, (and proves that $PATH contains the path to 'git-upload-pack' as per the RTFM solution) but this is really annoying, plus 'git push' doesn't work, because I don't think there is a --unpack= option.
Incidentally, all the git commands work fine from my local box, it is the same version of the software (220.127.116.11), installed on the same NFS mount at /usr/local/bin.
Can anybody help?