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    David Macek
    @elieux
    Just ignore all "Permission denied".
    ManuelRCastroIglesias
    @ManuelRCastroIglesias
    i change folder
    Who in Bash cd..
    help
    David Macek
    @elieux
    cd ..
    (include the space)
    ManuelRCastroIglesias
    @ManuelRCastroIglesias
    USUARIO@DESKTOP-G3VLPPB MINGW64 /c
    $ find /c/ -name .git
    find: ‘/c/$Recycle.Bin/S-1-5-18’: Permission denied
    find: ‘/c/$Recycle.Bin/S-1-5-21-3306629058-7326278-3713082130-1000’: Permission denied
    find: ‘/c/$Recycle.Bin/S-1-5-21-3306629058-7326278-3713082130-1002’: Permission denied
    find: ‘/c/Program Files/Microsoft SQL Server/MSAS15.MSSQLSERVER/OLAP/Config’: Permission denied
    find: ‘/c/Program Files/Microsoft SQL Server/MSAS15.MSSQLSERVER/OLAP/Data’: Permission denied
    find: ‘/c/Program Files/Microsoft SQL Server/MSAS15.MSSQLSERVER/OLAP/Log’: Permission denied
    find: ‘/c/Program Files/Microsoft SQL Server/MSSQL15.MSSQLSERVER/MSSQL/DATA’: Permission denied
    find: ‘/c/Program Files/Microsoft SQL Server/MSSQL15.MSSQLSERVER/MSSQL/FTData’: Permission denied
    find: ‘/c/Program Files/Microsoft SQL Server/MSSQL15.MSSQLSERVER/MSSQL/JOBS’: Permission denied
    find: ‘/c/Program Files/Microsoft SQL Server/MSSQL15.MSSQLSERVER/MSSQL/Log’: Permission denied
    find: ‘/c/Program Files/Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection/Classification/Configuration’: Permission denied
    find: ‘/c/Program Files/WindowsApps’: Permission denied
    David Macek
    @elieux
    There's no problem, ignore all "Permission denied".
    Wait until the list is complete.
    ManuelRCastroIglesias
    @ManuelRCastroIglesias
    oh!
    USUARIO@DESKTOP-G3VLPPB MINGW64 /c/users/usuario
    find: ‘/c/ProgramData/Microsoft/Spectrum’: Permission denied
    /c/ProgramData/Microsoft/VisualStudio/ChromeAdapter/ad8a73bd/.git
    /c/ProgramData/Microsoft/VisualStudio/ChromeAdapter/eed82676/.git
    /c/ProgramData/Microsoft/VisualStudio/EdgeAdapter/ad8a73bd/.git
    /c/ProgramData/Microsoft/VisualStudio/EdgeAdapter/eed82676/.git
    /c/ProgramData/Microsoft/VisualStudio/NodeAdapter/ad8a73bd/.git
    /c/ProgramData/Microsoft/VisualStudio/NodeAdapter/eed82676/.git
    find: ‘/c/ProgramData/Microsoft/Windows/AppRepository’: Permission denied
    can be filtered denied
    can be filtered denied??
    I need to search each folder?
    David Macek
    @elieux
    You don't need to search the folders with "Permission denied".
    Almost certainly there will be no Git clones in them.
    ManuelRCastroIglesias
    @ManuelRCastroIglesias
    Ok, but i need run find /c/ each folder?
    cd ..
    wrong window.
    David Macek
    @elieux
    No, find /c/ will look in the entire drive C:.
    ManuelRCastroIglesias
    @ManuelRCastroIglesias
    you can send the output of "find to a txt file??
    David Macek
    @elieux
    It is possible.
    ManuelRCastroIglesias
    @ManuelRCastroIglesias
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    David Macek
    @elieux
    Yes, it looks through the entire drive. If you have files in OneDrive that are not downloaded, it may cause them to be downloaded.
    ManuelRCastroIglesias
    @ManuelRCastroIglesias
    Ups!
    If you could send the output of the '''find''' to a file it would be easier for me to review it.
    I don't think I've also conado in OneDrive!
    but... sometimes I'm dumb.
    ManuelRCastroIglesias
    @ManuelRCastroIglesias
    I'll leave you, I'll try to contact later, this is taking too long, and my C disc: I don't know if it holds up.
    David Macek
    @elieux
    find /c/ -name .git > findoutput.txt
    This will redirect the output to file findoutput.txt in the current directory.
    ManuelRCastroIglesias
    @ManuelRCastroIglesias
    OK! Great!
    Then the : denieded, no problems right?
    David Macek
    @elieux
    Correct.
    ManuelRCastroIglesias
    @ManuelRCastroIglesias
    Thank is wonderful!
    David Macek
    @elieux
    "Permission denied" means that find cannot look inside the directory. But if find cannot look inside, git probably cannot create clones in the directory either.
    ManuelRCastroIglesias
    @ManuelRCastroIglesias
    I hope with that to find the git,
    Is it necessary to do something to them before moving them to another disk?
    David Macek
    @elieux
    I'm not sure what exactly you mean.
    If you don't have any work in the clones, you can delete them and make new clones on the other disk.
    If you need to move them, just move the whole directory (not .git itself, but the directory that contains .git).
    ManuelRCastroIglesias
    @ManuelRCastroIglesias
    byu expample /c/ProgramData/Microsoft/VisualStudio/EdgeAdapter/eed82676/.git
    David Macek
    @elieux
    I think this is not your clone.
    I recommend not doing anything with /c/ProgramData/Microsoft/VisualStudio.
    ManuelRCastroIglesias
    @ManuelRCastroIglesias
    I think the same but...
    David Macek
    @elieux
    Then leave it be. :)
    ManuelRCastroIglesias
    @ManuelRCastroIglesias
    of coure... :(
    well i apreciate your help. if I need more help, I will scream! This way.
    Jinbo Wang
    @testforstephen
    Hi, I opened a Windows Git bash as my terminal, then ran a command like "/usr/bin/env key=value java myJavaApplication" there. When I checked the process tree of the current git bash terminal, I cannot find the env.exe and java.exe process there. Actually the env.exe belonged to a standalone process tree, and its parent process was a process that's no longer alive. Does anyone know why the env.exe process is not a child process of git bash terminal? Thanks.
    Johannes Schindelin
    @dscho
    That'd be more a question for the msys2/msys2 channel, I guess.
    Jinbo Wang
    @testforstephen
    @dscho thanks. I forwarded my question to msys2/msys2 channel.