I'm trying to pull a repository from svn and push it up to Git on a shared 
server. Here's what I've done so far.

I created a new directory on my pc.
Opened a Git Bash in that directory.
Ran git init
Ran git svn clone <svn repository address>

It ran for a very long time and I think it probably downloaded the 
repository and converted it.

I went to my new server and created a new directory "my_utilities.git"
Opened a Git Bash in that directory.
Ran git init

This should have created a new bare repository, right?

Then I went back to my pc and ran git push z:\my_utilities.git master
and I'm getting an error: src refspec master does not match any.

I'm assuming this means that I don't have a branch called "master" at the 
server. Do I have to go create that manually?

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