For my Gitlab setup, I checked to see if git is installed or not.
$ git version git version 2.16.0git was installed already in my computer. Next, I created my SSH key and registered to my gitlab repository.
$ ssh-keygen Enter file in which to save the key (/Users/me/.ssh/id_rsa):(ENTER) Enter passphrase (empty for no passphrase): (password) Enter same passphrase again: (password)Then I created a folder and html file in it and typed following commands. I was excited to access my web, but here comes 404 error.
$ git init $ git add index.html $ git commit -m "first commit" $ git pushSeveral hours later, I noticed a file called ".gitlab-ci.yml.", which exist in other FabLab Kamakura member's repository, but not in mine. I created it in my repository and reload page, then my web page showed "Hello, World!"
I used FabAdacemy_Template and git those files to my repository. The initial state is below.
I modified html files reading HTML Tutorial and Bootstrap 3 Tutorial as a reference. After several hours' hardship, here is personal web page. I know there are a lot to be done, but for my first web page, I think it looked pretty nice(thanks to cool templates!). After I tried several editors such as VIM, nano, Atom, etc., I chose Bracket as my long FabAcademy company. Its live preview is helpful.