Issue #6547 resolved

"Get Started"

Locolabo
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After you created a repository on Bitbucket, and you click your newly created repository, you receive a message like:

Import an existing repository - You already have a Git repository on your computer. Let's publish it to Bitbucket. cd /path/to/my/repo git remote add origin ssh://git@bitbucket.org/Locolabo/schoenen-lorenz.git git push -u origin --all # to push changes for the first time

But In my case, I'm new to git, so the above command didn't work. Here it is simply explained how to get started from scratch easely:

http://www.thebuzzmedia.com/git-tip-git-push-no-refs-in-common-and-none-specified/comment-page-1/#comment-574083

Kind regards, LocoLabo

Comments (7)

  1. Locolabo reporter

    You are right. I should have read the whole introduction.

    In my case I didn't start from scratch. My code already existed but without a versioning system so I didn't have a local repo either.

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