GitHub has a little cli tool called “hub” which makes working with repos a bit easier (“hub pull-request” instead of a lot of clicking around on the web). Unfortunately they don’t really tell you how to prevent password inputs every time you use it. Unless you dig deep: Create this config file … using the […]
Ever wanted to squash the first two commits with a “git rebase -i”? No? Me neither. Until today. Stackoverflow to the rescue: git rebase -i –root Done.
Don’t use the synology git package. But then Git’s not installed. I found a compromise: Install the package disable it switch back the shells in /etc/passwd from <something_with_git> to /bin/sh Be happy.