GR and git on non-networked machine

If I want to run GR (and keep it updated via git) on a non-networked
machine,
can I “git clone”, copy the resulting gnuradio directory to a DVD, then
“git
pull” from that DVD (specifically the *.git that is created in the
gnuradio
directory?

Thanks,
Lou
KD4HSO


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Hi Lou,

yes, you can. That’s what git is all about :slight_smile: Git even has something
called
“bare repo” where you save the hassle (and the space) for a working
copy.

If you e.g had an USB drive, you could do an
git clone --bare https://github.com/gnuradio/gnuradio.git

and then pulling from that on your not-networked machine:
/home/lou/my-working-dir$ git pull /media/usbdrive/gnuradio.git
When updating GNU Radio, instead of re-cloning you could just git fetch
the
newest branch.

However, I might assume that you’re doing this because you have a
machine
that you only use for deployment, so you most probably wouldn’t want to
compile GNU Radio on that but actually wanted to just install it there.
If
getting an image of that machine is feasible, look into just reproducing
that machine in a virtualization solution (e.g. Virtualbox) and just
overwrite the filesystem image of the non-networked machine.

Greetings,
Marcus


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