and github


It's quick and easy to backup a github project (yours or anyones) to your account.


github example


If you want to clone something from github into an account, the syntax is:


ssh "git clone git:// udr"


This clones the LabAdvComp/UDR repository into the directory "udr" in the root of your filesystem. If you would like to create a subdirectory in your account (perhaps named "github") and clone into that, you would change your command line to:


ssh "git clone git:// github/udr"


Note the "git://" method in the above URL... This is necessary because the http:// or https:// methods do not work. You may need to edit the URL that github gives you on a particular projects page and change "https://" to "git://".


git Use In General


There are more things you can do with git inside an account and they are outlined in this blog post.




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Reference Information


- SSH / SSL Server Fingerprints

- Generating and using ssh keys for automated backups

- Remote commands you may run over SSH

- Physical delivery guidelines

- Warrant Canary

- PGP/GPG Public Key


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