Carminat Renault NAV6 V2 Nrg
I attach the logfile of it. I tried two different methods, first using bactrack and then nrgsync. Both resulted in same error message.
Any idea what the problem is?
Possibly it’s because you’re trying to sync with the old version of the repository you have in front of you now, that is:
Whereas, in order to sync, you need to have a working repository that is properly connected to the repository here on bitbucket (repo.log):
Using as your Mercurial server, and assuming the Appveyor/Bitbucket user you use has the rights to push stuff to it, just create the repository here on Bitbucket, and push to it.
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