Subgit + import (missing ".git" folder)

Hi, all.
I did:

1)
Created a new project called “testnew” without initializing it

2)
subgit import --svn-url http://myhost/svn/test
I.e. I imported my SVN repos, that has standard layout (I.e. trunks, branches and tags)
Import was successfull and folder test.git was created, but no “.git” folder was created by subgit

3)
Added origin of created Git repo

4)
git push -u origin --all

Output is:
No refs in common and none specified; doing nothing.
Perhaps you should specify a branch such as ‘master’.
fatal: the remote end hung up unexpectedly
Everything up-to-date

When using “svn2git” the “.git” folder is created and push correctly works. That is the only difference between svn2git and subgit. Please, take into account that I want to import a larger SVN repo and I can not use svn2git because it does not properly work (instead subgit perfectly works).

I found some clues about bare and not-bare Git repo, but no solution so far.

Could you help me, please? I’m stuck.

Thank you all,
Franz