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To insert an image into your question on Stack Exchange, you can either click on the image icon located in the editor's toolbar or use Markdown syntax: [![image description][1]][1] and then put the URL to the image at the end of the question with the same number as in the last set of brackets, like so: [1]: www.example.com/image.jpg You have to make sure ...


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Had similar problem with similar message. This is how we found out what was wrong: Executed check50 -h to see what logging options there were. Discovered we can turn on debug logging using --log-level option. Executed check50 --log-level debug path/to/folder.... In the output noticed: fatal: repository 'https:///github.com/me50/$USERNAME' not found. ...


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No,the link image!theres an error on there!


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To upload an image, I suppose you are looking for the background. If so, you will first have to download the image (if you haven't already) and them chose the background symbol on the bottom right and them chose the first option it's called upload, them you can upload it. If you want to upload it as a sprite, after downloading the image, you can click on add ...


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The screen shot would be easier to read if larger, or simply pasted text. It says: cannot open file cash: Is a directory. If if the full path to the file being compiled should be pset1/cash/cache.c, but it is actually pset1/cash.c, the presence of a directory called 'cash' will cause that error. Try running 'pwd' and 'ls' yourself. If you see this: ~/pset1/ $...


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