Fork from github and add change to your own repository

When playing with vagrant, I set up a haproxy keepalived apache stack on ubuntu precise.
For that I forked this repository vagrant-haproxy-demo from github ( that run a haproxy standalone instance and I append my change to it to support keepalived.

First of all, I create the repository vagrant-haproxy-keepalived.
and I set remote origin to the repository created.
I create a new branch named development, I modify code and I do a commit.

Finally I checkout to master and rebase the branch development.

git remote set-url origin
git checkout -b development
git add .
git commit -a
git checkout master
git rebase development
git push origin master

My code is here, you can browse code.


Author: Ali MEZGANI

My name is MEZGANI Ali. I was born back in 1978 in Rabat Morocco. My interests are Debian Linux , programming , science and music.

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