git-server | Git Server For Multi-User Running In Docker | Continuous Deployment library

 by   qishibo Shell Version: 1.0 License: No License

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kandi X-RAY | git-server Summary

git-server is a Shell library typically used in Devops, Continuous Deployment, Docker applications. git-server has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities and it has low support. You can download it from GitHub.

Running in docker, just like a simple gitlab. The user created is a real linux user but cannot login. Different users' repository cannot be accessed to each other.
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              git-server has a low active ecosystem.
              It has 5 star(s) with 0 fork(s). There are 1 watchers for this library.
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              It had no major release in the last 12 months.
              git-server has no issues reported. There are no pull requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of git-server is 1.0

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            git-server Examples and Code Snippets

            Git Server For Multi-User,RUN
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            # create a user
            docker exec git-server create_user username password
            
            # create a  repository for a user
            docker exec git-server create_project username repository
            
            # clone
            git clone ssh://username@127.0.0.1:2022/git_codes/username/repository.git
            # ent  
            Git Server For Multi-User,Tips
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            > You Wanna Login ?? No Way!!
            > fatal: Interactive git shell is not enabled.
            > hint: ~/git-shell-commands should exist and have read and execute access.
            > Connection to 127.0.0.1 closed.
              
            Git Server For Multi-User,Install
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            docker run -itd  -p2022:22 --name git-server qii404/git-server:latest
              

            Community Discussions

            QUESTION

            nginx and git-http-backend 403 on push
            Asked 2020-Sep-05 at 12:31

            I am trying to setup a git server with stagit for the front end, git-http-backend for the back and using nginx between everything. I've found a config that works on my server in this answer (and by works, I mean nginx will serve html to any connection through a web browser, but lets me clone a repository if I use git clone https://git.website.com/test.git.

            The problem I'm having, is that when I push this repository (whether that be from the server itself, or from my local computer) with an origin of https://git.website.com/test.git I receive a 403 error and I'm not sure why. Any ideas?

            ...

            ANSWER

            Answered 2020-Sep-05 at 12:31

            After much trial and error I've taken the config from this answer and modified it to give me the following location rules:

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/63727349

            QUESTION

            SSH doesn't use public key for authentication (Windows)
            Asked 2020-Jun-22 at 21:12

            I have a VPS (Windows Server 2016) and ran a SSH server on it with OpenSSH for windows. I would run a git server on this VPS so i searched for some tutorials in google and found this. The tutorial for configuring the server side settings is okay and i created a bare git repository. I would connect to the git server with my own computer using SSH public key, but it wants password from me! I tried to save my public generated key from my own PC (without passphrase) in /.ssh/authorized_keys file in server but it didn't worked. When i use this git clone user@IP_ADDRESS: command to clone the existing repository from the server it keeps telling me that i should enter a password:

            ...

            ANSWER

            Answered 2020-Jun-20 at 13:04

            git@IP_ADDRESS's means that you are connecting with "git" user not "root", does it exists in the server? The ~/.ssh/authorized_keys have to be added to the user's home.

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/62486032

            QUESTION

            Git: completely delete unrelated branch both locally and on remote
            Asked 2020-Apr-14 at 13:18

            I accidentally manage to create a completely detached branch in the beginning of the project, and I would like to completely remove it, both from the local and the server repositories.

            I am not sure how this happens, but I think the process went something like this:

            1. I created an empty repository on our git-server (via the web interface). I think it is running gitlab, but it may be some other open source server.
            2. One of my collaborators made commits to his own branch and pushed them.
            3. I then made commits to master and pushed them.

            Probably I did something stupid when pushing without first pulling or something. Most likely I forced something as well, but it was quite a long time ago so I cannot remember exactly.

            I have attached a screenshot from Sourcetree where the first commits in each branch is seen. The blue branch (named something else) is the main branch we have been working on. The red one (called master) is completely useless.

            My question is, how can I completely remove the master branch? Preferably I would like to actually delete the commit (it is just nonsense). Also, I would like to be able to rename our current branch to "master".

            Is there a way to do this?

            ...

            ANSWER

            Answered 2020-Apr-14 at 13:18

            Delete the branch locally:

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/61206964

            QUESTION

            Jenkins Blue Ocean Provide Credentials for Subversion SCM Step
            Asked 2020-Jan-23 at 10:09

            I set up a Jenkins(all recommented plugins) on a plain WIN10-VM to test if the Blue Ocean plugin is an option for me and my colleagues to simply build setups. In Addition I set up a local Git-Server (Bonobo) to store the Jenkinsfile for BlueOcean (SVN is actually not supported).

            I created a new pipeline in Blue Ocean. As one of the first step I wanted to checkout the source via subversion. I created a subversion step and filled in the url of the repository and checked the poll option. Now I need to provide the credentials for the svn-repro but I dont know how to do it.

            Is it even possible to use the svn-plugin in BlueOcean or is the only way to use a script to checkout from svn in BlueOcean?

            What I tried so far:

            1. Accepting https-Certificate as SYSTEM in SYSTEM-CMD

            2. Added the SVN-Credentials to the Jenkins/Pipeline

            3. Tried to set the credentials as suggested in (How to set up SVN credentials in Jenkins?)

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            ANSWER

            Answered 2020-Jan-23 at 10:09

            I found the answer myself after getting some hints and tipps from several sites:

            1. Generate a Code Snippet for "Check out from Source Control" as discribed here:(Checkout SVN with credentials in Jenkins pipeline?)
            2. Go to the Pipeline Editor and press [Strg]+[s] to open the "Pipeline Script" Window
            3. Create a new Stage and fill in the Steps with the code snippet:

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/57597565

            QUESTION

            how to convert scala fs2 stream to string?
            Asked 2019-Nov-28 at 08:30

            I'm want to know how to convert Scala fs2 Stream to string, from fs2 github readme example:

            ...

            ANSWER

            Answered 2018-Jan-25 at 11:05

            If you want get all String elements running in your stream, you can use runFold to materialize it. A simplistic example:

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/48440474

            QUESTION

            How to check if script runs from the correct git root folder?
            Asked 2019-Nov-27 at 10:01

            I have a bash script which needs to be run by the user from the root folder of a specific git repository.

            I have found information of how I can check if I am in the root folder of the git. But is there a way to in the script check that it has been run from the root folder of the correct git, and not some other git?

            Users of this script usually tends to rename the git when cloning so I cannot check the root folder name.

            E.g. git clone https://git-server.com/gitname someothergitname

            ...

            ANSWER

            Answered 2019-Nov-27 at 08:26

            You can execute git config --get remote.origin.url and check if it is the desired repository or not.

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/59065875

            QUESTION

            jenkins failed to install plugins - docker image
            Asked 2019-Nov-13 at 18:54

            Below is the relevant snippet from jenkins image(2.190.2 version) for installation of plugins:

            ...

            ANSWER

            Answered 2019-Nov-13 at 18:54

            You have a number of problems going on. As you said, you are using jenkins:2.190.2 but your plugins list is from: jenkins:1.647 (2016/02/04). A lot has changed, not just in the major bump, but in each LTS as well and in the plugins.

            docker/plugins.sh has been superseded by docker/install-plugins.sh. Usage here.

            echo "WARN: plugins.sh is deprecated, please switch to install-plugins.sh"

            install-plugins.sh will resolve and download all dependencies for your plugins (each plugin list lists them in the details on the site), so your managed list can be much shorter. Just list the top-level plugins you need and it will resolve all dependencies. Maven plugins have progressively dropped unused dependencies as well.

            NB: if you want a known configuration (not latest), run once with the master list using latest, then check-in that and the resolved list. Feed the resolved list to docker instance.

            You can use this script to simplify your list:

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/58806355

            QUESTION

            Local Git repository url in Visual Studio error: Unsupported URL protocol
            Asked 2019-Sep-10 at 16:40

            I configured my own git server on my raspberry pi using this tutorial: https://www.sitepoint.com/setting-up-your-raspberry-pi-as-a-git-server/

            This worked fine and I continued by downloading git for windows: https://git-for-windows.github.io/

            I connected to my local git repository with an url like this: git@192.168.xxx.xxx:/home/git/Hello-World.git

            I was able to commit and push changes to my raspberry. Therefore I wanted to try that in my Visual Studio Community 2015. I added the folder where the git-for-windows GUI placed the cloned repository and was able to change files and commit them. But Visual Studio told me that I need to sync the changes to the remote repository. That seemed right to me. I clicked on Sync and then Publish (Push is disabled). That didn't work and an error told me that the URL protocol is unsupported.

            "Error encountered while publishing branch to the remote repository: Unsupported URL protocol"

            I don't know what is wrong with this URL because it is working in the git-gui. Is there a quick fix for it? Did I miss something?

            ...

            ANSWER

            Answered 2017-Feb-22 at 19:06

            Using Team Explorer with repos managed via the SSH protocol are still not supported. See here: https://connect.microsoft.com/VisualStudio/feedback/details/1290535/unsupported-url-protocol-in-git-provider

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/42399422

            QUESTION

            Concourse unauthorized error pushing to Artifactory using docker-image-resource
            Asked 2019-Jul-15 at 20:55

            I'm trying to use Concourse to grab a dockerfile defintion from a git repository, do some work, build the docker image, and push the new image to Artifactory. See below for the pipeline definition. At this time I have all stages up to the artifactory stage (the one that pushes to Artifactory) working. The artifactory stage exits with error with the following output:

            ...

            ANSWER

            Answered 2019-Jul-15 at 20:55

            Arghhhh. Found after much troubleshooting that the destination_password wasn't being picked up properly due to special characters and a lack of quotes. Fixed the issue by properly setting the password within yaml file being included with the --load-vars flag.

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/57016229

            QUESTION

            Is it necessary to create a user named 'git' to setup a git server?
            Asked 2019-May-07 at 06:16

            git@domain already exists in my university network.

            However, the Ubuntu 18.04 server that host git@domain is very unstable.

            So I wished to set up a Debian server and install with Git.

            Can I use hostname other than git to setup Git server?

            It is necessary to create git user account for Git server to work?

            Because I read many guides[1][2][3], all of them ask to run adduser git command.

            ...

            ANSWER

            Answered 2019-May-06 at 05:00

            It is recommended to create a dedicated account (for security reason as commented)

            However, nothing in Git involves a specific user name.

            And git@aserver can be seen as an SSH URL, which means there would not even be a "Git server", but simply an sshd (SSH daemon) listening for queries in order to access repositories owned by that account( be it named 'git' or any other name)

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/55997644

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            https://github.com/qishibo/git-server.git

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            gh repo clone qishibo/git-server

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            git@github.com:qishibo/git-server.git

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