How do I git clone a GIT repository that is on a remote server to which I have SSH key access?
I can connect to my server via email@example.com without a password.
I have a project under GIT on the server at: /home/myuser/project
How do I clone this locally to whereby I can make commits etc locally and then push to this server?
As you can tell I am a GIT newbie.
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