Step one is to get the Github authentication here working. You need to
generate an SSH key, and enter it to your settings. The how-to is here
(under SSH keys):
Once you have this in order, you should be able to *clone* your nearly
empty repository. Copy the SSH url to the repository - it looks something
Clone it like this:
git clone *g...@github.com:user/repo.git*
If this doesn't work, your keys are not correctly set up. Look to the
Github docs again, or post back here with the error message when you try
ssh -T g...@github.com
Once you have cloned successfully, the rest should be pretty straight
[copy in all the files you want to add]
git add .
git commit -m "Adding lots of files"
Now it should all get pushed to Github.
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