Git can be installed on any operating system.
Here is a basic installation how-to.
NOTE: I’ll have a better approach in the next unit, where we’ll install GitHub Desktop after creating a GitHub account, figuring out the credentials for you, I think it’s easier. But it’s worth mentioning how to install Git separately, too.
Using Homebrew, you can run:
brew install git
Download and install Git for Windows.
Use the package manager of your distribution to install Git.
For example this on Ubuntu:
sudo apt update sudo apt install git
Using this method you have to set your name and email in the terminal using these 2 commands:
git config --global user.name "your name" git config --global user.email "email@example.com"
Make sure you enter your name and email, not those fake ones!
Lessons this unit:
|1:||▶︎ Installing Git|
|2:||Initialize a repository|
|5:||Push and pull|
|6:||Working with a remote|