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2nd problem in repository basics, asked me to initialize git, no brainer: git init

asks me to remove the repository, here's what i had:

rm -r /project_folder/.git

tried different variations said it was wrong. what keys am i missing for this?

1 Answer

Craig MacIntyre
Craig MacIntyre
9,943 Points

You're already in the project folder.

Try just 'rm -r .git'

brilliant, thank you Craig

by any chance, would you happen to know what this means: override r--r--r-- AuralisaM/staff for .git/objects/67/8e7a0654fe6555548d388fb459714341069d28?

i was trying to remove a folder ex: test_repo and received that message...