Hi @OthnielDona, this is helpful, thanks! The intended instruction for module 0 were to use the --global flag to configure git for all repositories on a machine. You’re absolutely correct that
git config user.name must be run within an initialized repository.
module 0 done.
A little bug in the provided code: git config user.name “First Last".
The first " isn’t a correct one
Over at https://education.github.community/ in the pulldown on the left there is no “campus advisor” category. In the top right menu dropdown there is… A link in module0 where it says “by posting a new topic in the Campus Advisors section of the GitHub Education Community” to https://education.github.community/c/teachers/advisors would be nice.
Module 0 completed!!
Hi! Nice to meet you.
I’ve completed this exercise
Module 0 done!
Module 0 completed!
Module 0 is in the books.
module 0: start here
Finished Module 0
You’re in Windows command line, but to get it to work, you’ll need to be in Git Bash.
You’ll want to install Git (for windows) and then search for Git Bash. I search by clicking the windows icon and typing the name of the software.
Help! I downloaded and installed Git for Windows. What terminal to configure Git? Am I supposed to open Git CMD? It looks like a command prompt window. Is this my terminal?
OOPS! I didn’t read down far enough in the post… All done!
Set up completed!
@mozzadrella, Can you please tell me if its for GitHub Campus Advisors only?
Hello @mozzadrella thanks for this opportunity I have a question how can one join the Github Campus advisor github channel ?
@mozzadrella done with module 0 and 1 what’s the next step ?