Set up another PC to access pass's remote git repository
alecclews at gmail.com
Mon Oct 16 04:35:30 CEST 2017
You can clone (plus push and pull) to a remote repository using https as
the transport instead of using ssh.
It seems to me that hosting on git cloud server may be a brave choice?
I'd be interested to know what other people think.
(I keep my password db in a veracrypt hidden drive and then store that
On 16/10/17 11:46, Ethan Beyak wrote:
> Hi all, I'm a new user to pass. I've set up pass successfully on my
> laptop, synced it with a remote git repository on github.com
> <http://github.com/>, and, using the password manager app by zeapo for
> Android, I've got capability to push and pull onto my phone. Now I'd
> like to be able to access the repository from another PC without ssh'ing.
> What are the necessary steps to do so on my other PC? Do I begin with
> cloning the git repository on the other PC?
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