All about git remote
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Initiated by Klaatu, this open series introduces Git and the concepts behind its use in a collaborative environment.
Instantiate a git repo:
$ mkdir alice
$ cd !$
$ git init
Add a remote:
$ git remote add origin URI_OF_REMOTE
Change a remote:
$ git remote set-url origin NEW_URI
A remote can be a server, it can be a local directory, an NFS share, pretty much whatever you want.
It is a Git convention that the primary remote is called
origin. You don't have to call it that, but it's pretty common.
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