Git Add Remote Repository

Git Add Remote Repository

 Git Add Remote Repository

In this chapter of Git Tutorial, You will learn how to add a remote git repository in your local project directory. For example, you are working on a project for many days, but have still have not added this project under Git. Now you have created a remote git repository and want to add your project under it.

Local Project Dir: /home/rahul/app1
Remote Git URL:

Add Remote Repository

Now navigate to your project directory and use the git remote add command to connect the local directory to the remote repository.

$ cd /home/rahul/app1
$ git remote add origin

Check Remote URL

To check the remote URL in the local copy of code using the following command. As a result, you will see two URLs one for fetch and one for push operations.


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