I. How to use GitLab

Go to website GitLab (https://gitlab.com)

  • Step 1:
    • We have to add SSH key to your profile
  • Step 2:
    • Right click on any directories on your local computer
    • Step 3:Please follow this step after you signup on Gitlab:
      • Generate key on Git Bash:
        ssh-keygen -t rsa -C “your.email@example.com” -b 4096
      • On Windows DOS Prompt:
        type %userprofile%\.ssh\id_rsa.pub | clip
      • At Gitlab‘s account, add Key:
        https://gitlab.com/profile/keys
    • Step 4:
      • Before generating a new SSH key pair check if your system already has oneat the default location by opening a shell, or Command Prompt on Windows, and running the following command:
      • Windows Command Prompt:
        • type %userprofile%\.ssh\id_rsa.pub
    • Git Bash on Windows / GNU/Linux / macOS / PowerShell:
      • cat ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub
    • Step 5:
      • After Generating your SSH Keys, please go to
        • Settings
        • SSH Keys
        • Right Click and past your key
        • You will see your key as below:

II. How to push project to GitLab

  • Step 1:
    • Create Group in GitLab
    • Groups in menu –> New Group
    • Click button “Create Group”
  • Step 2:
      • Create project
      • Click new project
      • We got the project as below
      • Click on the project
      • We will see the instruction to push our project to server

  • Step 3:
    • Open Location of our project to push them to GitLab
    • Then right click on directory / project location
  • Step 4:
    • Follow the command in Git Bash Here
      • § git init
      • § git remote add origin git@gitlab.com:AEU_MSIT_JAVA/Article-Solution.git
      • § git add .§ git commit -m “Initial commit”
      • § git push -u origin master
      • Result will show as below screenshot

III. How to Remove Groups from GitLab

  • Step 1:
    • Select Groups on menu
    • Click on the sign
    • Remove group

IV. How to Remove Project from GitLab

  • Step 1:
    • Choose project we want to remove on Groups
    • Example: I want to remove project “AEU_MSIT_JAVA/AS-Project
    • On the left side:
      • Settings
      • Advanced Settings
      • Expand
      • Scroll down and click on button “Remove Project”

Published by sysomeho

Ho Sysome obtains B.S. degree in Computer Science from Phnom Penh Internation University (PPIU) in 2013 and currently studying Master of Science in IT (MSIT) at Asia Euro University (AEU). He worked as an IT Officer at Microfinance Institute and Bank in Phnom Penh. He is familar in programming language such as VB.NET, Java (Java2EE, Spring), Codeigniter, Laravel, mysql, sql server and so on. He enjoys sharing knowledges, learns from other, and develop himself. Find him on Facebook: Spy Ro, Linkedin: Sysome HO.

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