ssh_wrapper %1 is not a valid Win32 application.

Hey, 

Does anyone experienced that before?
I'm kind of lost on this error. 

I wanted to run some first git lfs tests. 
Therefore I created a new repository on our GitLab Server (+lfs support).
After that I used Sourcetree to initialize LFS and added some lfs filetypes to track. 

I added 2 testfiles to my working copy. Committing went fine. 
But as i try to push the changes to the remote i get the following error.

running git lfs ls-files gives me:

2fe2fc4351 * _213_va.uasset
21f6371aa2 * level_car.umap

*.umap  and *.uasset are tracked by lfs.
 

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Note on the setup: 

Win7
Sourcetree 1.8.3
Git 2.8.1 +git lfs 1.2.0

Any help or hint appreciated!

1 answer

Hi,

I'm having the same issue with LFS using Win7 - did you find the source of your issue?

Thanks

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