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July 15, 2012

Adding files to Repo from your computer

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Written by: arunenigma
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Creating a Repo and adding files into the Repo from your computer

Things to do in Github

Create a repo
eg. Repo name is data-mining

Things to do in your computer

Create a folder with any name(e.g. gitty) on desktop with all your files to be uploaded into the repo

open terminal and go to gitty folder
ARUNPRASATHs-MacBook-Pro:gitty arunprasathshankar$

Now enter the following commands in order

$ git init
$ git add –all
$ git commit -m ‘<any message about the commit>’
$ git remote add origin

Note: we have to enter repo name created in Github in the above git remote command

$ git push origin master

username: <enter your username>
password: <enter your password>

don’t worry if it fails

$ git pull origin master
$ git push origin master


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