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If you remove a remote accidentally, you will need to add it back manually using the git remote add command. — Apr 12 '15 at 10:53• Managing remote repositories includes knowing how to add remote repositories, remove remotes that are no longer valid, manage various remote branches and define them as being tracked or not, and more. Jefromi: A remote rename would not do what is being asked for as it changes the remote's name both in [remote] configs and in [branch] configs. . Instead of going through all the changes manually, you can simply tell git to revert a commit, which does not even have to be the last one. How to Change a Git Remote The git remote set-url command changes the Git remote associated with a repository. Reverting a commit means to create a new commit that undoes all changes that were made in the bad commit. I tried to this at the command prompt using Windows I could not get my local branch to track the remote branch until I did this. git to?? But for this to be of any real benefit, the configuration would need to be setup when you first start working on a project with multiple remotes, or as soon as you start adding additional remotes. He also serves as a researcher at Career Karma, publishing comprehensive reports on the bootcamp market and income share agreements.
  • I know this doesn't answer the question of how to modify the default branch on the remote repository, but it gives a clean answer on how to create a detached branch
  • Commit the change and continue the rebase git will tell you how to keep the commit message and author if you want
  • Suppose you fork jQuery and make a new remote
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  • If the remote tracking branch does not yet exists but an existing remote tracking branch is currently tracked, it can not be changed to the in-existent new remote tracking branch
  • To start, move into your repository directory
  • Method 2: Set Upstream Branch Using Alias Instead of going through these commands every time you create a new branch, set up a short alias command
  • Thanks for contributing an answer to Stack Overflow! We can verify the new remote URL using the git remote -v command: git remote -v origin Our remotes have been changed: origin git github
or you typed git push and enter which lead to an error saying 403 unable to access These specific answers might be useful for those reading this page and thinking about these specific services
James has written hundreds of programming tutorials, and he frequently contributes to publications like Codecademy, Treehouse, Repl Introduction When you clone a or create new features through branches, you need know how upstream branches work and how to set them up
The "magic" here is that --amend causes git commit to create a new commit with the same parent as the current HEAD, then make HEAD point to it If the local branch is not already setup to track a remote, or if it is setup but still want to pull code from a second remote, then you will always need to manually specify which remote to pull from with git pull
If you find yourself hitting this issue often on various projects, a more comprehensive setting would be to create a rule that the default remote should always be added as the "origin" remote in all your projects then set this configuration globally with: git config --global checkout The syntax for this command is: git remote rm
Please be sure to answer the question Then execute the following command: git remote remove origin Upon executing this command, the reference remotes origin will no longer point to the remote repository
This remote origin is always pointed to this common Git hosting platforms like Gitlab, Github and Bitbucket or better still any other private git server you have This command allows you to change the URL of a remote repository
But in your individual case, what I'd do is: git remote rename origin old-origin git remote rename new-origin origin That is, if the new server is going to be the canonical remote, why not call it origin as if you'd originally cloned from it? Git is a distributed version control system Since , the default branch can be set in the
Configure the global alias command through git config with the --global command: git config --global alias How to Remove a Git Remote Have you set the wrong remote for a Git repository? So what one needs to do in this case is to edit the config file and do what you are saying renaming of remotes just at the [remote] config lines

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