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Last active September 1, 2021 10:01
Configuring Github on your Dev Environment Part One
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Configuring Github on your Dev Environment Part One

Terms $ means running the command as a normal user but make sure to remote it from your command as it already exists on your terminal

Setup

The first step in setting up git on your dev environment is installing the git to your environment. Although you can use Git with the web version with https://github.com, most of the time you will be interacting with Github from within your dev environment using either Terminal and/or applications. First go to https://git-scm.com/ and install for your OS. For Windows user, using the installer will also install the git bash application which you can use to run git commands.
Linux users will have to download for their distribution https://git-scm.com/download/linux

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