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The Honor Code requires that you don't post any solution code publicly, so it should be fine if your git is private.


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If you want to run your own git server on cloud9, I have to warn you that it's a very long process and very easy to screw up. If you still want want to set up your own server, take a look at this from the official site of Git: Git on the Server. Instead, I would suggest you use GitHub (most popular but your code is public for the free account) or Bitbucket (...


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That's not a problem at all. It's your project written by you. One of the main points of final projects is that you'll be able to use them to demonstrate your skills, which means you'll likely be including the project on your resume. Hosting your project on GitHub is fine, and I'd actually encourage it. Learn to use version control and get involved in the ...


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Your grades should be available on your gradebook after linking your edX account. Head to https://cs50.me/gradebook, and link your edX account (if not already linked)!


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For now, keep using a github userid and password. The CS50 staff is working on a system-wide fix/replacement for this and will have it before the deadline. (as I was told by @curiouskiwi, a staff member) If this answers your question, please click on the check mark to accept. Let's keep up on forum maintenance. ;-)


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Have you done pset0 yet? Maybe you should start with that one. https://docs.cs50.net/2018/x/psets/0/pset0.html#github GitHub In order to submit problem sets, you’ll need an account on GitHub, a popular service with which to store code and collaborate with others. If you don’t already have one, visit https://github.com/join and create an account (for free). ...


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Better not use -a, as you might accidentally stage files you did not want to stage. From git help commit: -a, --all Tell the command to automatically stage files that have been modified and deleted, but new files you have not told Git about are not affected.


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It usually takes up to 2 weeks to view your grades. Same thing happened to me, and today I checked it was posted. I submitted mine a little bit more than 2 weeks ago. Give it a little bit more time.


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Ctrl+C will cancel whatever program the terminal is running and send you back to your directory. Without knowing what command threw you into the loop, I can't help further, but this should at least kill the loop.


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Your are correct. You are pushing to a repo which is not owned by you . Just create a repo in your github account and push to it . Then you cab publish it as a github page .


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This may happen if your submission doesn't have the correct 'slug' (ie, you didn't use the exact submit50 command given in the spec) In this case, does your submission Problem title say cs50/2019/x/whodunit If not, resubmit it with that submit50 cs50/2019/x/whodunit


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It means that the repo is written in the C language.


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