Module 2 Exercise 1: Network activity


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Here is the snapshot of Exercise 2.2


(Falnesio) #187

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(Jstaso) #190

I had a bit of a mess with this one and had to recreate it. It threw a few errors since the repo and remote already existed but the commands are right anyway :slight_smile:


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(Dynisha Faust) #192

Module 2.2 Exercise Completed


(Roman Yasinovskyy) #193

I update readme.md on GitHub, then fetched and merged the changes. It’s not clear what else should be in the screenshot and you can only fetch once, I guess. Anyway, here are my remotes:

yasiro01@ubuntu:~/Projects/git-advisor/individual-work$ git remote -v
origin	git@github.com:yasinovskyy/individual-work.git (fetch)
origin	git@github.com:yasinovskyy/individual-work.git (push)

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(Nguyễn Đức Chiến) #194


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(Asem) #196

2.2 Work with remotes


(Brian Emilius) #197

Hmmm git fetch didn’t work for me, I had to use git pull, but otherwise solved.


(José Luis Raffalli) #198

Hello, Network activity 2.2.


(Nasseef Abukamail) #199

2019-01-07_00-50-40


(Tigarto) #200

Exercise: Work with remotes

  1. On the command line: create a repository from the command line called “individual-work.”

  1. On GitHub.com, create a repository.

  1. On GitHub.com 34, upload your first week’s assignments to the “Individual” repository.
  2. Use the command line to bring the commits back down to your local repository.


(Cynthia Teeters) #201

Somehow, I missed added the screen shot(s) the first time I did this. So, I did my best to recreate it.

Exercise: Work with remotes

  1. On the command line: create a repository from the command line called “individual-work.”

  1. On GitHub.com , create a repository.

  2. On GitHub.com , upload your first week’s assignments to the “Individual” repository.

  1. Use the command line to bring the commits back down to your local repository.

Post a screenshot of your terminal output for these steps below.


(Dominique Charlebois) #202