Git and GitHub Beginner Tutorial 2 – Getting started – Install Git (mac)



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Today we will learn
1. How to download and install git
2. Signup and create account on GitHub
3. Add a project/folder/file to git
4. Track and commit changes
5. Add the repository to GitHub
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Step 1 – Check if git is already installed: 0:32
Step 2 – Download and install git: 1:52
Step 3 – Signup and create an account on GitHub: 3:40
Step 4 – Add your GitHub email and username to git: 4:50
Step 5 – Add…

29 Comments

  1. Step 1 – Check if git is already installed: 0:32
    Step 2 – Download and install git: 1:52
    Step 3 – Signup and create an account on GitHub: 3:40
    Step 4 – Add your GitHub email and username to git: 4:50
    Step 5 – Add file/folders to git – tracking: 6:44
    Step 6 – Commands: 8:43

  2. Hey Raghav , it is asking me to enter the user id password in MAC while i am using the comand "git push -u origin master "
    I am able to enter the user id of my Github
    but in password , only one key symbol is coming and ,i am unable to enter my password

    Please help

  3. Man, this has been the best git tutorial. So easy to follow. Thanks a lot!

  4. I was doing a harvard course and though that man teaches really well he tends to tell the small things because of which I wasn't able to do programming but thanks to you I did it.

  5. Hi, thank you so much for your videos, its great and so much clear explanation! i followed all your step and successfully finish it, but one thing made confuse, after I finish step " – git push -u origin master", its asking my github email and password, but when you do it doesnt, do you think something wrong in my Mac or bash ? I would be more than thanksfull if you can give me your advices. thank u again!

  6. Hi Raghav, Thank you for this video. Can you say, what is the command to view the hidden .git folder in windows?

  7. Thanks so much for this tutorial! It was a lifesaver! Was trying to get Git and Github set up for a class and neither Github nor my class have clear instructions on doing so… so it's going to be a great class lol…

  8. Hi Raghav i am getting this error while pushing the repo-> fatal: unable to access 'url': getaddrinfo() thread failed to start. Please guide how to solve it.

  9. thanks again for the amazing tutorials, God Bless you 🙂 but i do have a question if i exit from my terminal , and created a new repo at github and go back open the terminal again to do the "git remote add origin ,,," command , it wont work ,,, so is that means i have to config the git again ? waiting for your answer , thanks in advance

  10. many thanks to the author, it is really helpful, even in 2020 can't find better tutorial for absolutely beginners

  11. Thanks Raghav for this excellent tutorial. I have a question though. If i have multiple projects, should i create seperate remote repository for each project or add multiple projects to same remote repository. What is advisable as a best practice and what are pros and cons of the same.

  12. Very nicely explained with all the links and commands provided in the description. Thank you!

  13. Great tutorial brother, you're making my uni classes a lot easier 🙂

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