I have been playing around with git enough now and want to take the next step and make my project hosted remotely. My current project is hosted locally on a Raspberry Pi at my desk. I do back it up nearly every day if I've made changes. I'm still green enough though to not have done github, bitbucket or whoever from the get-go, but now I want to expand a bit and even incorporate SourceTree and git-flow into how I work. All of my development will be directed to a Raspberry Pi still. So what do I need to do to move my code and my .git settings into Bitbucket? If I look at the "Import existing code" form from Bitbucket it wants a URL, so I'm not sure how to do that. Seems like I want to push all of my stuff to Bitbucket.
Something I just read says that git has no notion of a central repository, all repositories are the same or equal.
It is theoretically true that Git has no notion of a central repository. But it's often not true in practice.
First create an empty repo on Bitbucket. Then you should be able to push your repo to Bitbucket like this
git remote add bitbucket <url> git push --all bitbucket git push --tags bitbucket
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