Re-normalizing a repository After you’ve set the core.autocrlf option and committed a .gitattributes file, you may find that git wants to commit files that you’ve not modified. This is because git wants to normalize the line endings for you. The best way to do this is wipe out your working tree (all the files except the .git directory) and then restore them. Make sure you’ve committed any work before you do this, or it will be lost.
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Networking is sometimes considered to be complex, and hard to troubleshoot and manage. However, Linux provides you with Some tools to figure out exactly what’s going wrong on your network, and how to fix it.Here we are going see some tools and how to check the network connectivity.