According to its doc, double-click should be enough. But when I opened git bash and ran
git lfs init, it doesn’t work:
$ git lfs init git: 'lfs' is not a git command. See 'git --help'.
The only reason why "git lfs" would not be a git command would be because the
git-lfs.exe hasn’t been put in your
That is what the
git-lfs-windows-amd64-0.5.3\install.bat is supposed to do.
set GIT_LFS_BIN_PATH="%LOCALAPPDATA%\GitLFS\bin" IF EXIST %GIT_LFS_BIN_PATH% GOTO DIRECTORY_EXISTS mkdir %GIT_LFS_BIN_PATH% set "path=%PATH%;%GIT_LFS_BIN_PATH:"=%"
- Make sure install.bat was successfully executed
- Check the content of "
- make sure to open a new CMD Windows
- Check your
Answered By – VonC