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How to fill an empty repository created with cPanel's GIT Version Control with BitBucket contents.

BACKGROUND:  I am new to GIT and Bitbucket and am having trouble integrating BitBucket with cPanel's GIT Version Control.  As I have been experimenting for some time now I will only provide a snapshot of my most recent effort an momentarily ignore what has preceded.

BitBucket:  A filled repository whose contents I would like to copy and link with a third party server of which I am the administrator.

HostPapa/Lunarpages Server:  An empty repository that I created with cPanel's GIT Version Control.

Local Machine:  A copy of my BitBucket repository with solid SSH connectivity.

On the BitBucket server are two public keys:  one for my local machine and one for my HostPapa/Lunarpages server.  When I try to PULL the contents of my BitBucket respository into my HostPapa/Lunarpages repository I am rejected. When I try to branch to my BitBucket repository I am told that there is no master in direct contradiction to what I know not to be true.

QUESTION:  How does one go about filling the contents of an empty repository created with cPanel's GIT Version Control with the contents of a BitBucket repository for the purpose of future PUSH and PULL activity and other updates?





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This problem has been resolved.  When I changed my account name I inadvertently deactivated the old private-public key pair.  By generating a new one and replacing the old one I was able to reestablish a successful connection.

I can now communicate with the same repository with BitBucket and cPanel and should very soon be able to deploy to development and production folders using cPanel.

Hooray!  Hooray!


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