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Git carriage return issues

Hi Team,

I was migrated git repositories from Windows to Linux. Now, the problem that I see was that there is a bummer that I can see the carriage return sing "\r\n" or "^M". I applied the git config core.autocrlf changes, but still, the sign is there and I want to clean up at server level. How to do that? Thanks

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I performed the command git config --global core.autocrfl input (for Linux) and it again, it didn't work.

This is the current setting in Linux (git server)

core.autocrlf=input
core.safecrlf=false

And from windows client

core.autocrlf=true
core.safecrlf=true

@J.Cadwell. I performed the gitattirbutes file in order to remove the carriage return. However, I have problem with the BOM sing at the beginning of the file. The reason why that some of the file are editing in windows. Can you please provide some input about the BOM

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