# delete local tag ‘12345’ git tag -d 12345 # delete remote tag ‘12345’ (eg, GitHub version too) git push origin :refs/tags/12345 # alternative approach git push –delete origin tagName git tag -d tagName
To disable the beep in bash you need to uncomment (or add if not already there) the line set bell-style none in your /etc/inputrc file.Note: Since it is a protected file you need to be a privileged user to edit it (i.e. launch your text editor with something like sudo <editor> /etc/inputrc).
To disable the beep also in vim you need to add set visualbell in your ~/.vimrc file.
To disable the beep also in less (i.e. also in man pages and when using “git diff”) you need to add export LESS="$LESS -R -Q" in your ~/.profile file.
Intellij Not starting and getting error (BindException: Address already in use) on system with Docker
net stop winnat
net start winnat
This is /obviously/ not docker's problem (as best I can tell), it's probably not even hyperv's. Commenting here as this seems to be a frustrating and common end of journey for googlers. What follows is at least "one" of the resolutions/explanations.
On one of my machines the dynamic port range was not updated to the "new" start port, and I guess related to a resolved bug in windows has now "exposed" this as a serious problem (e.g.: I couldn't even bind to port 3000 for node dev -- access denied is I think a valid response, but it's not the typical "port in use" root cause).
Current dynamic port config:
> netsh int ipv show dynamicport tcp
Unless you know you've mucked with these settings, and if it doesn't specify 49152 as "Start Port" and is set to 1025, it's not "current". I don't know if there is some kind of migration bug when they were patching this new value or what. Dynamic start port for udp was set correctly for example.
To set it to the current config:
> netsh int ipv set dynamic tcp start=49152 num=16384
(Likely a reboot of your host is required.)
While it's bizarre that I only just ran into this issue less than 4 hours ago -- been doing docker/node/go dev for the last few months straight, using docker edge, etc. This appears to have resolved my port exclusion issues (I have no large ranges of reserved ports below 50000 now, previously had 1000 port range exclusions all over the place.)