Git commands require you to use the shell. For people who started using computers before 1995, this is like the DOS prompt, but massively more powerful. It’s a bit like R but for managing your files and programs. It can also be dangerous, so be careful. We don’t need many commands, so hopefully this list will do. We’ll add more if needed.
ls: list files in the current directory
cd: change directory
pwd: print the path to the current directory
mv: move (rename) a file or directory
cp: copy a file (need to pass argument