On Mon, 24 Jun 2013 04:52:21 -0700 (PDT)
Ben Alcantara <ben.alcant...@gmail.com> wrote:

> I'm new to using Git and I'm a little confused. I'm trying to patch a 
> module and I've gone to terminal and gone to the folder I need to
> patch via FTP.

Do I understand correctly, that you're using some FTP client and "gone
to the folder" in this context means you used that FTP client to
navigate to the remote directory containing the file to patch?

> I've been following this tutorial 
> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i-oe7_qHreY

Please try to explain this in plain English: it's not really
appropriate to ask people to spend their time watching random videos
to help you solve your problem.

> but whenever I add the apply git command I get 'invalid command'.

What's the precise command you're trying to run and what's the precise
error message it generates?  Please do plain copying and pasting.

> Does Git only apply patches locally? What am I dong wrong?

Your question contains too little information to try to answer.

Running `git foo` tells me

git: 'foo' is not a git command. See 'git --help'.

Neither bash nor zsh do not use the wording "invalid command", and
nether does Windows shell (cmd.exe) so I'm not sure what happens as you
told us precisely zero information about your setup (note that the fact
you're dealing with Drupal is most probably irrelevant to the problem
in hand, and information about your system *is* relevant).

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