How to set a git repository’s remote url without updating the local repository it’s cloned from?

There is no remote repository for this project yet, the original repository is in /home/me/repo1/.git and I ran git clone /home/me/repo1/.git while in /home/me/repo2 so now it's cloned in /repo2
When I go into the cloned repo and run git remote set-url origin http://example.com/asdf/.git both repositories config's get updated.

I can't fork the repo because I don't have admin access and no access to gh cli or similar tools. Is there a workaround to only update the second repository?



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