To use Git on the command line, you will need to download, install, and configure Git on your computer. You can also install GitHub CLI to use GitHub from the command line. For more information, see "About GitHub CLI."
If you want to work with Git locally, but do not want to use the command line, you can instead download and install the GitHub Desktop client. For more information, see "Installing and configuring GitHub Desktop."
If you do not need to work with files locally, GitHub Enterprise Cloud lets you complete many Git-related actions directly in the browser, including:
Note: If you are using a Chrome OS device, additional set up is required:
- Install a terminal emulator such as Termux from the Google Play Store on your Chrome OS device.
- From the terminal emulator that you installed, install Git. For example, in Termux, enter
apt install gitand then type
When you connect to a GitHub repository from Git, you will need to authenticate with GitHub Enterprise Cloud using either HTTPS or SSH.
Note: You can authenticate to GitHub Enterprise Cloud using GitHub CLI, for either HTTP or SSH. For more information, see
gh auth login.
If you clone with SSH, you must generate SSH keys on each computer you use to push or pull from GitHub Enterprise Cloud. For more information, see "Cloning with SSH urls" and "Generating a new SSH key."
You now have Git and GitHub all set up. You may now choose to create a repository where you can put your projects. Saving your code in a repository allows you to back up your code and share it around the world.
Creating a repository for your project allows you to store code in GitHub. This provides a backup of your work that you can choose to share with other developers. For more information, see “Create a repository.".
Forking a repository will allow you to make changes to another repository without affecting the original. 更多信息请参阅“复刻仓库”。
GitHub 中的每个仓库均归个人或组织所有。 您可以在 GitHub Enterprise Cloud 上连接和关注人员、仓库和组织以与之进行交互。 更多信息请参阅“社交”。
GitHub 有一个强大的支持社区，您可以在那里寻求帮助并与来自世界各地的人交谈。 加入 GitHub 支持社区的对话。