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How to Use One Drive with Git Repository in Conjunction with Visual Studio or VS Code

 

Create a directory on the drive

Create empty repository on that directory

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git init –bare

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Now Repository is created.

 

Go to Visual Studio, and clone that directory, and create empty solution, and add projects file.

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After project is working fine, please add untracked file, and push and sync.

 

Once Initial Sync is done, you can clone that repo, with other name to test.

Note: VS Git client doesn’t pull all the files correclty

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[Feature Request] Specify a static IP for VirtualBox VMs · Issue #1709 · docker/machine

By default, seems docker-machine picks one randomly, so forced to use the one for vboxnet0(192.168.59.3/24, the one used by boot2docker) seems to solve the issue:

$ docker-machine create --driver virtualbox --virtualbox-hostonly-cidr "192.168.59.3/24" dev
Creating VirtualBox VM...
Creating SSH key...
Starting VirtualBox VM...
Starting VM...
To see how to connect Docker to this machine, run: docker-machine env dev

$ docker-machine ip dev
192.168.59.103

By default, seems docker-machine picks one randomly, so forced to use the one for vboxnet0 (192.168.59.3/24, the one used by boot2docker) seems to solve the issue: $ docker-machine create –driver virtualbox –virtualbox-hostonly-cidr “192.168.59.3/24” dev Creating VirtualBox VM… Creating SSH key… Starting VirtualBox VM… Starting VM… To see how to connect Docker to this machine, run: docker-machine env dev $ docker-machine ip dev 192.168.59.103

Source: [Feature Request] Specify a static IP for VirtualBox VMs · Issue #1709 · docker/machine