When I initially started using Git I only ever bothered with the local repository. Add some files, change some files, stage them, commit them but never did I push them to a remote repository. Then after a while I decided that I wanted to move some of the projects I had hosted online in Subversion to a host offering Git so I had a bit to learn. I’m documenting it here for when I need to do it again as I tend to forget things that I don’t do too often.
I have three online Git hosts: GitHub, unfuddle.com, and projectlocker.com. All of them want a public key as a means Continue reading “Setting Up Git with Multiple Remote Repositories”