# Obsolete Repo - GitList and Gitolite Setup on DreamHost Shared Web Hosting - Manager Scripts
by Apollia - [https://apollia.com/](https://apollia.com/)
<br>As of August 23, 2019, these manager scripts have all been moved to the main "GitList and Gitolite Setup on DreamHost Shared Web Hosting" repo:
So, this Manager Scripts repo is no longer needed, unless you want to read the Git commit history for these manager scripts.
I don't know how to merge the histories of two Git repos, but even if I did, I think I'd probably rather keep them separate, to avoid confusion.
Old readme text:
<br>2 manager scripts so far:
1: "Set Repo Desc" - once it's given a repo name and desc (either via command line arguments or GUI input boxes), it will connect to your server via SSH, and overwrite a repo's "description" file with whatever description text you provided.
Seems to work, but currently messy - has a rather cluttery success message box, etc.
<br>2: "Dragdrop Repo Folder to Set Origin Remote" - doesn't involve your server at all. Makes it so you don't have to manually type commands like these:
git remote rm origin
git remote add origin Gitolite-[Your Domain Name]:[Your Repo Name]
You'll just need to run this command afterward:
git push --set-upstream origin master
...which will make it so you can push with this much shorter command:
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