This is command to show remote branches:
$ git remote origin $ git remote show origin email@example.com's password: * remote origin Fetch URL: firstname.lastname@example.org:/home/user/git/project.git Push URL: user@example:/home/user/git/project.git HEAD branch: master Remote branches: develop tracked feature/feature1 tracked master tracked release tracked Local branches configured for 'git pull': develop merges with remote develop feature/feature1 merges with remote feature/feature1 master rebases onto remote master release merges with remote release Local refs configured for 'git push': develop pushes to develop (up to date) feature/feature1 pushes to feature/feature1 (up to date) master pushes to master (up to date) release pushes to release (up to date)
This is command to checkout remote branch to local, and set the local branch to track remote branch:
git checkout --track origin/branchname
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