Install GIT to Create and Share Your Own Projects on GITHub Repository

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Rob Krul

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3 Responses

  1. Jason says:

    You made one small mistake. If the user has never setup git before he/she will need to do this instead of apply the set-url:

    git remote add origin

  2. Rick Copley says:

    I followed this and I am unable to see the repo, unless I create it on first.

    When I create on first, it provides a list of commands that I can then use for the repo:

    mkdir my-forth-git-repo
    git init
    git add
    git commit -m “first commit”
    git remote add origin
    git push -u origin master

    • Yoander says:

      If you want to start a clean and fresh project then you don’t need to follow this bunch of steps, firt create the repo on and after do a git clone and from here you’re under control.

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