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Development Tools Git Basics Getting Started With Git Repository Basics

Abe Layee
Abe Layee
8,378 Points

Oops! I just decided we're in the wrong folder. Let's remove the git repository we just created.

What am I doing wrong? I followed the example in the video but it keeps telling me I am wrong. $ rm -r site/.git Shoudln't this remove the site folder from the directory?

2 Answers

Hi Abe,

Just delete git repository, it should be called "rm -r .git"

Hope that works. :)

3,233 Points

thanks. I had the same problem.