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Engelbert Ebalo3,697 Points
GitHub: 1 User, 2 Computers
I've been developing on my laptop and been pushing to GitHub. I am the only user pushing to my private repo. I would like to start using my other desktop to work on the same project.
Are they any special things I need to do to be able to develop on both machines? any gotchas? I figure there would be issues seeing 2 different machines pushing with the same user account...
thanks in advance
Just add your second machines SSH key (assuming you use them) to your account and you should be set. No gotchas that I know of.
Faizal Heesyam8,843 Points
agree with Nephi Shields , just add your second machine SSH keys to your GitHub account, then clone your existing project from the repo, and start working normally. any changes, just commit/push, and from the other machine you can always pull any updates, vice versa. i've been doing it, so far didn't encounter any 'gotcha' moment.