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How can I fix 98d2586b?

Alton Alexander
By Alton AlexanderUpdated on June 3rd, 2022

98d2586b is an error code that typically indicates that a file or directory cannot be found. This can happen for a number of reasons, such as if the file has been moved or deleted, or if the directory has been renamed.

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1. Find the commit that introduced the problem and revert it

Navigate to the Git repository where the problem exists. If the problem exists in a branch or tag, determine which commit introduced the problem. If the problem exists in the HEAD of the repository, revert the HEAD commit. If the problem exists in a specific file, revert the specific commit that introduced the problem. If the problem exists in multiple files, revert all of the commits that introduced the problem.

2. Find the commit that introduced the problem and fix it

  1. Open a terminal and type the following command: git log --oneline --graph This will print out a log of all the commits that have been made in the repository.
  2. Scroll down until you find the commit that introduced the problem.
  3. Use the following command to find the commit message associated with the problematic commit: git log --oneline --graph --message
  4. Use the following command to fix the problem in the code: git commit -am "Fix bug #{bug_number} introduced by commit {commit_hash}"
  5. Push the updated code to the repository: git push origin bug_number
  6. Check the code has been successfully fixed: git log --oneline --graph --message
  7. If the code has been successfully fixed, delete the problematic commit from the repository: git commit -am "Remove commit {commit_hash} from repository"

3. Find the commit that introduced the problem and cherry-pick it onto a new branch

The steps to find and fix the commit that introduced the problem are as follows:

  1. Open the Git logs for the repository where the problem occurred.
  2. Search for the commit that introduced the problem.
  3. If the commit is found, use the “cherry-pick” command to select it and add it to a new branch.
  4. Use the “git commit” command to commit the change to the new branch.

4. Find the commit that introduced the problem and cherry-pick it onto the current branch

To find the commit that introduced the problem, you can use the git log command. The command will list all the commits that have been made to your repository since you last cloned or checked out the repository. To cherry-pick the commit that introduced the problem, you can use the git cherry-pick command. The command will take the commit that you specify and add it to your current branch.

If the answers above didn't work then you should also try:

  1. Find the commit that introduced the problem and merge it onto a new branch
  2. Find the commit that introduced the problem and merge it onto the current branch
  3. Use a bisect to find the commit that introduced the problem and revert it
  4. Use a bisect to find the commit that introduced the problem and fix it
  5. Use a bisect to find the commit that introduced the problem and cherry-pick it onto a new branch
  6. Use a bisect to find the commit that introduced the problem and cherry-pick it onto the current branch
  7. Use a bisect to find the commit that introduced the problem and merge it onto a new branch
  8. Use a bisect to find the commit that introduced the problem and merge it onto the current branch