Trouble with first commit to git repository

I’m new to Git, and have set it up and created my first repository. I’m trying to add a README as the first commit, and I’ve been following the steps on exactly, but I get stuck on this step:

git push -u origin master

I get this error:

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    I think it is because I got the git remote add command wrong: I forgot to substitute my username and repository name. Retrying it with the correct arguments gives me:

    $ git remote add origin
     fatal: remote origin already exists.
    $ git push -u origin master
    Enter passphrase for key '/Users/christinehorvat/.ssh/id_rsa':
     ERROR: username/Hello-World.git doesn't exist. Did you enter it correctly?
     fatal: The remote end hung up unexpectedly'

    How can I clean this up and get the correct remote?

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  • One Solution collect form web for “Trouble with first commit to git repository”

    You simply need to remove the origin remote that has the incorrect reference with:

    $ git remote rm origin

    Then restart the add, and push, and you should be good to go.

    $ git remote add origin
    $ git push -u origin master
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