Need some help with git; I have a folder that is on nearly ANY of my workstations and I have SEVERAL and would like to keep it synced. The name of the REPO is Documents. In my online [login to view URL] there is Documents and want to ensure this is on EACH of my workstations. As a result the “same” Documents will always be synced? There is file in both locations that I don't want to lose.
So here is the ‘ASK’ for this project, if I come to a new workstation, what are the steps that I must go through to as a “git clone” will FAIL because there is an existing “Documents folder”.
git remote add origin git@[login to view URL]:ejbest/documents
git add -A
git commit -m “get them uploaded”
git push –set-upstream origin master
ERROR: Please make sure you have the correct access rights and the repository exists.
git clone and proves the access rights work with my key set to 400
Please share the steps to “git init” the remote folder “Documents” with my local “./Documents”?
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Hey! I use git on daily basis and I recognize what's wrong with your current steps. I can give you the workflow for setting up new local repositories and how to keep them in sync with the remote repository on gitlab.
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Hi I have 1+ year of exp in coding. I am new in freelancer but I have enough knowledge of git. so message me, i will give you the commands for that and also you need any other help or commands then i will help you.