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Created July 20, 2021 16:54 — forked from mindplace/
Pushing your first project to github

Make sure git is tracking your project.

  1. Using your terminal/command line, get inside the folder where your project files are kept: cd /path/to/my/codebase.

You cannot do this simply by opening the folder normally, you must do this with the command line/terminal.

Do you need a refresher on using your command line/terminal? I've compiled my favorite resources here.

  1. Check if git is already initialized: git status

Ubuntu 20.04 for Deep Learning

In the name of God

This gist contains steps to setup Ubuntu 20.04 for deep learning.

Install Ubuntu 20.04: