MacBook Air, OSX 10.12.6
Most of the help on this pre-dates the Atom version that comes with native Github support…so I’m not finding the help I’m looking for.
What happened in order:
Installed Home Assistant in .homeassistant folder.
Port forwarded to my MacBook and got HA up and running
Discovered text editor sucks.
Downloaded TextMate, discovered it sucks too.
Discovered Github, created my first repository as suggested by the noob guide.
Found Atom and installed it so I could edit yaml files in Home Assistant
Wondered how to push what I’ve already got in .homeassistant folder to a repository on Github.
That’s where I’m stuck. In Atom, I have a message in the Github tab that reads:
“This repository does not have any remotes hosted at gitHub.com.”
In the Git tab, there are a bunch of files listed in Unstaged Changes (orange) and a bunch in Staged Changes (green.) The push pull arrows at the bottom produce the following result:
“Note: No remote detected for branch master. Cannot push because…etc.”
So, fetch, Pull and Push are disabled.
So ultimately, the question is, how do I push my local project folder to a new repository on Github?