On Tue, 1 Jul 2014 17:45:34 -0500
Joanna Wilkinson <joanna...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >> I typed in: git clone [your-repository.git]
> >> And I get this error: fatal: repository '[your-repository.git]'
> >> does not exist
> > You are not supposed to type the literal string
> > "[your-repository.git]"
> > You are supposed to replace that string with the address (URL) of
> > your Git repository. From the document you're following:
> >> To clone your template, log into your Squarespace site and go to
> >> the Developer tab. Under SFTP details there will be a line that
> >> says "Repository." Copy the URL listed there.
> > You should use the URL you copy from that site in place of the
> > string "[your-repository.git]".
> Oh I get it! I feel stupid. Ok, thanks.
That's nothing to be ashamed of: not everyone is supposed to be an
expert in the CS field of be a command-line-fu master...
Just please keep in mind that when you ask technical-savvy folks for
help, do try to provide precise details of your problems. We're not
magicians of wizards: we take the description of a problem, apply our
knowledge to it and reason about its possible causes; so we just have
to have precise details, otherwise we're restricted to plain
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