Log into your server
Enter nginx server websites folder (this where your projects running live under nginx are stored)
List the available projects
Enter the desired project
Check if git is installed and if it is not install it (directions in the link below)
Check the git status of the current project and commit if there any uncommitted changes otherwise it will display ("nothing to commit or working tree clean")
Commit if there any changes and check the status again
git commit -m "saving unsaved changes..."
Log into Bit bucket
Setup SSH Keys in your bit bucket account (Follow the link bellow on how to setup ssh,
Please not that the first steps are done in your server so you just have to continue from where you left off)
Create a repository, not a project (though normally repositories are created under projects so you may what to have a project at least - just enter the name of the repository and leave the rest the way it is)
Connect your local project to your new remote repository
git remote add origin "<repository ssh url>"
git push -u origin master
Verify if your project has been sent to the remote repository you just created
Please let me know if you find any challenges
Thank you :)
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