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Laura Cressman12,548 Points
Hi everyone, I don't know what this question is asking... I've got my own copy of the repository hosted at http://tommysgitstuff.com/git_basics/cool_stuff.git. What command would you use to add my copy of the repository as a remote? Give the remote the name "tommy."
Any help? Thanks:) Laura
It's completely really me. And yes, so many feels.
I'm not totally sure I get your question: Are you trying to upload your local project to your personal github account?
- cd yourlocalcopy
- git init
- git add .
- git commit -m 'First commit'
- //go to github.com and make a new repo in your account
- git remote add origin https://github.com/yourgit/yourrepo.git
- git push origin master