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How to push an existing project to a Github repository

While trying to figure out how to do this I found lots of bad info, info that lead to nothing but issues and bugs. I have stay so busy and do so many things I can never remember how to do anything. That is basically why this ENTIRE blog exists, my shit memory.

I found this article on DigitalOcean that works properly.

Step 1 create a repository on Github, even if the code you want to put in a repo exists, as long as it is not currently in any repo at all.

Step 2 navigate to the folder that contains the code that you want to push to the new Git/Github repo and run git init

Step 3 add the files with git add -A or git add .

Step 4 commit the files

Step 5 add the remote git origin server

Step 6 push to the remote git origin server

Or just use this script.

 

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