From start to finish: How to use Git on Linux
In this PDF download from TechRepublic Premium, you’ll learn how to use Git, from start to finish. After installing the tool, learn how to create a local repository, add files, commit the files, push the files to a remote GitHub repository, and then pull changes from the remote repository to your locally housed repository.
From the download:
In this From Start To Finish how-to, I’m going to walk you through the process of installing and using Git as a version control system. I’ll also demonstrate connecting Git to a GitHub remote repository.
How to install Git
Git is supported on Linux, macOS, and Windows. I’ll demonstrate this on Pop!_OS Linux. The usage will be the same on all platforms, but the installation will vary. So to install Git, you’ll need to alter the installation command/procedure according to your operating system of choice.
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