do the following:
echo "alias dir =ls"
if you want to go to c: drive do the following
if you want to go to d: do the following
next I recomend You git magic book (as the first position to read), it
practice & n'joy.
2012/7/24 Jeffery Brewer <jeffery.bre...@gmail.com>:
> Aha! Figured out that after installing on windows you don't go to a command
> line directly, you have to go through "Start > All Programs > Git > Git
> Bash" which gives you a different kind of command line.
> Was able to set up my configuration settings as described in "The Book". Am
> now at the beginning of Chapter 2 "Installing a Repository in an Existing
> Directory" and trying to figure out how to drive the Git Bash over to my
> existing directory. I tried a "dir" which in a normal command line gives you
> a listing of the contents of the current directory, but that's giving me an
> "sh.exe": dir: command not found" error. "cd" seems to work, so I tried a
> "cd c:" but not sure I've gone into the root or not. Any way to list files
> in the Git Bash?
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