It's quick and easy to backup a github project (yours or anyones) to your rsync.net account.
If you want to clone something from github into an rsync.net account, the syntax is:
ssh firstname.lastname@example.org "git clone git://github.com/LabAdvComp/UDR.git udr"
This clones the LabAdvComp/UDR repository into the directory "udr" in the root of your filesystem. If you would like to create a subdirectory in your rsync.net account (perhaps named "github") and clone into that, you would change your command line to:
ssh email@example.com "git clone git://github.com/LabAdvComp/UDR.git github/udr"
Note the "git://" method in the above URL... This is necessary because the http:// or https:// methods do not work. You may need to edit the URL that github gives you on a particular projects page and change "https://" to "git://".
git Use In General
There are more things you can do with git inside an rsync.net account and they are outlined in this blog post.
If you have any questions or problems regarding this process, please email firstname.lastname@example.org - we will help you immediately.
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