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Despite a personal commitment from the chair of the Peel District School Board to make local negotiations work, provincial representatives from the Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation (OSSTF) broke off talks and left the table early morning on Monday, May 4, after four days of intensive meetings.
You need to commit your outstanding changes, or stash them, pull/rebase/merge/whatever you're doing to update, and unstash It's not actually the pull - it's the merge that's part of the pull.
You'll see the same error if you try to merge a local branch with the same problem, and I think other mergey operations (apply, stash apply...) print similar errors if not the same one.[git reset --hard HEAD] worked for me.
I had committed from a Windows share drive, but my Ubuntu directory wouldn't reflect the commit I'd just made, even though it was the same folder (Z: mapped to /var/www/html/).
After running this, [git status] and [git pull] both now show it's up-to-date.