Today is Monday. A beautiful day for sharing some command line instructions.
The aim is to work with BitBucket from the Linux command line. Therefor you need to have GIT installed.
Just to note; GIT has been created by Linus Torvalds the same person that invited the Linux.
Basically you need to create your GIT repository in BitBucket (free) and to call the:
git clone https://firstname.lastname@example.org/repository/project.git
Once you provide the password you will download all the files to you side from the BitBucket.
You can set global config like this:
git config --global user.email "email@example.com" git config --global user.name "Your Name"
Please you may edit the files now.
Once you complete the editing call this:
git status git add -A git commit -am "my edits" git push -u origin master
You can always check your commits with: