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Configure remote live on sourcetree

I am a sys admin that is reponsible for deploying to production using GIT processes. I am looking for ways to streamline the process and found sourcetree.

On my local Windows PC, I have cloned the two repos that exist on

What I would like to do is also set up a "remote live" for our production website.

From my Mac, if I do a "git remote -v", it shows

live     <website name>:/var/git/.git

Live is a Linux server.

How do I configure sourcetree to add the live remote. My thought is that I would use Source tree to do the push and point to live for production deployments.

Thank you in advance for your help.


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minnsey Atlassian Team Nov 02, 2018


Open the repository in Sourcetree, then click the cog in the upper right to open Repository Settings, in there you can add a new remote.

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