Git on Linux Simplified | How to Setup Your First Repository and Use Version Control
In this video, we’ll take a look at using git for version control of files. Git is handy for keeping track of edits to code and gives you the ability to clone other repositories, or publish to your own. Git is very popular with developers and programers, but can be used for almost anything text-related.
0:32 Installing git on Linux
1:35 Create a Repository with git
3:33 Accessing Your New Repository
4:03 What’s in a Repository?
5:07 Utilizing Your Repository
7:01 git Command – git Status
7:30 Adding files to git for Tracking
9:46 Setting Up fit config
11:16 Your first git commit
12:38 Tracking the Changes
15:03 Committing New Changes
16:59 Reverting Changes
19:49 Cloning Your Repository
21:35 Examining a git config File
22:32 Pushing Your Changes to Remote
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