Here's the basic pattern:
commit your changes locally:
$ git add .
$ git commit -m "made some changes"
then push them to github. In the code below, the first line is only needed the first time you push to github.
$ git remote add origin firstname.lastname@example.org:yourusername/yourreponame.git
$ git push origin master
In the above, change yourusername, yourreponame to match your github username and repo name that you're pushing to. Also, in the second line, I'm pushing master branch, so change "master" to another branch name if you want to push a different branch.
Here are instructions on the github site (scroll down and start reading the example at "Next: Create a README for your repo")
Last edited by Brian71 (2012-04-21 10:32:02)