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Working with remote repositories.

Last Updated on Wednesday 5th Oct 2022
  • Create two repositories: one on Github and another one on Bitbucket
  • Clone Github repository
  • Add some files and commit them into your local repository
  • Add Bitbucket remote url
  • Push the code into GitHub and BitBucket repo
			
					git clone git@github.com:codejagd/hello.git
ls
test
vim file.txt
git add.
git commit -m "a"
git remote -v
git branch -a
git remote add origin_bitbucket https://codejagd@bitbucket.org/codejagd/hello.git
git push -u origin main
git push -u origin_bitbucket main

			
	

To check the remote repository added

			
					git remote -v

			
	

Renaming a remote repository

			
					 git remote -v
 origin  https://github.com/name/repoName.git (fetch)
 origin  https://github.com/name/repoName.git (push)

			
	

Removing a remote repository

			
					 git remote -v
 origin  https://github.com/name/repoName.git (fetch)
 origin  https://github.com/name/repoName.git (push)
 destination  https://github.com/name2/repoName.git (fetch)
 destination  https://github.com/name2/repoName.git (push)
 git remote rm destination
 git remote -v