FAQ: Git Teamwork - git clone

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I can’t find the remote_location in this exercise; Am I missing something? please help me/

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Hey @mo3npk!
I’m not sure what you are asking… You are supposed to clone the science-quizzes remote into the my-quizzes directory. You clone remotes using git clone remote_location clone_name. In this case, science-quizzes is the remote_location and my-quizzes is the clone_name

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Any idea what i’m doing wrong?

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Hello,
What you entered is correct something should be changed.

git clone /home/ccuser/workspace/curriculum/science-quizzes my-quizzes

You can find the path by entering pwd command.

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If we have the concept of git clone then why do we need branching?

-’‘You can find the path by entering pwd command.’’

Thank you! Great!