Pushing a repository onto GitHub
I set up my own Git repository on my own server, and created a repository. I am new to Git, and all I do at the moment is
git add *,
git commit, and
git push. I am not all that familiar with git.
Now, I would love to create a repository on Git Hub, so that the remote GitHub repository has the same list of changes I have on my own server.
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I don’t suppose you could give me a list of steps, as well as an explanation of what each step will do? My main concern is that I don’t want to ruin my current repository.
UPDATE: Thank you everybody. I still don’t quite get how GIT works (I am sure I will at some point), but: https://github.com/mercmobily/hotplate 😀
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Don’t have time to write a full solution, but basically you need to:
# create a nickname for your github account. In this case it is github git remote add github your-github-repo-path
Keep committing the changes locally and pushing them. When you want to push also to github, execute:
#push the changes to the repo on the 'github' nickname, to the branch master git push github master
Here’s something that might help GIT_HOW_TO But I believe there are just too many resources on the internet that would help you do it. Steps to setup your repo on github is well mentioned on their Help_Page Please go throught this and if you have any question feel free to ask. BTW Welcome to Git 🙂
Create a new repository on GitHub, as here: https://help.github.com/articles/creating-a-new-repository
Then do steps 4 and 5 from here: https://stackoverflow.com/a/8012698/705048
Create a repository and add your remote path to your local machine
In your local machine switch to remote git path
cd ../../../ git pull "name " master pwd:"enter your password" git add Filename git commit -m "Comments on files" git push "name" master
i hope this could help you , correct me if ‘m worng