Module 2 Exercise 1: Network activity


(Isara Naranirattisai) #62

Here’s my screenshot


(Sagar Devkota) #63

I used to use git pull.
Is it similar as git fetch?


(Fernanda Ochoa) #64

Hi, here is the screenshot from 2.2 Activity


(Pacomgh) #65

Hi, here is my screenshot, activity 2.2 n.n


(Acke9387) #66


(Takeshi Akima) #67

Done

I used ssh protocol instead of https to avoid password input for 2 factor authentication.


(Sanoakira) #68


(Cwoods88keys) #69


(Prabhu Sharan Singh) #70

Completed exercise 2.1 Had fun advancing my knowledge about Git and GitHub.



(Hammad Mashkoor) #71


(Ejiga Peter @ Eaglex) #72


(Gökhan Özeloğlu) #73

I hope I did not do anything wrong.


(Julia Damerow) #74

Exercise 2.2:


Thanks! :slight_smile:


(Blmassingill) #75

No screenshot to post; sorry: In the README.md I see for the module there’s nothing about posting a screenshot so I don’t have one.

Some comments:

  • I wasn’t sure what was meant by “upload your first week’s assignments”. I’m guessing this means assignments for a course for which I might use GitHub.
  • I was puzzled by how “git fetch” didn’t seem to be updating the local files. After some Googling it appears that it updates only the local repository, and to get those changes into the working copy one also has to “git merge”?
  • I don’t feel like I understand at all the part of the video with the figure showing “trees” and “blobs”. Maybe it will become clearer later. Up to that point I was finding the videos admirably clear and helpful!

(Mark Lantsberger) #76

Had to haggle with bad permissions in my keychain, but once I got past that all was well!
—:^)


(Dan Cline) #77

Hope this is good, I think something was up with my terminal, with the empty space at the top


(Charlotte Morrison) #78

Hello,

Here is my screenshot.


(Theportablegeek) #79


(Ramya Vellingiri) #81


Here is the screen shot of Exercise 1 @mozzadrella


(Pumatech) #82

I found it frustratingly difficult to “upload my first week’s work” via GitHub.com, since the UI doesn’t have an “Upload Files” link until it has at least one file in the repository. Since “individual-work” was a new, empty repository, there was no obvious way to perform the upload!

Therefore, I just pushed the “demo” repository from the command line up to the remote individual-work repository, then back in command line, moved to the local individual-work repository and fetched the contents.

Note that once the push is complete and the readme file is uploaded, the UI changes and the “Upload Files” link magically appears.

Super confusing!