Versioning

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Mercurial[edit]

Installation

sudo apt-get install mercurial

Usage:
cd to the config directory:

cd /etc/freeradius

Initiate HG:

hg init
hg add
hg commit
   Type a commit message. Almost anything will do.

Perform changes and check if everything is working properly and commit:

hg commit
   Type a commit message describing what was changed, and why.

If at any time the something doesn't work, revert to "known working" configuration:

hg revert --all

If you get error regarding any deleted files:

hg commit
nothing changed (4 missing files, see 'hg status')

This will add all new files that are not ignored, and remove all locally missing files

sudo hg addremove

Subversion[edit]

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Git[edit]

Initializing GIT repository:

Create a online repository on https://github.com

On Local Server:

git init
echo "# test" >> README.md
git config --global user.email "amanjosan2008@gmail.com"
git config --global user.name "Amandeep Singh"
git add .
git commit -m "first commit"
git remote add origin https://github.com/amanjosan2008/test.git
git push -u origin master

Add all files & Remove deleted files:

git add -A

Remove a particular file from being traced:

git reset logo.png

Commit:

git commit -m "2nd Commit"
git push -u origin master


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