Learning new commands for Git Version Control

Last week I made a copy of the Git Repo for a work project. I learned to use a new Git command called git clone. ($ git clone)
Here are the steps I took:
Make directory called found
$ git ~/.ssh
$ mkdir found
$ cd found
$ git init
Now we have an empty repository called the local repo or working directory.
To download the repo from the dev site
$ git clone url-of-your-remote-repo
Enter passphrase
Then I copied all the site files to htdocs/gvi-found
And I installed the Drupal site there.
Yesterday I received notifications from Unfuddle that our Git Repo has been updated several times. So my next step is to update my local repo.
1. Check the status of my local repo
$ git status
2. Download all the new updates from the remote repo
$ git pull
Enter passphrase
3. Copy all new files to the Drupal directory in htdocs.
Next time I will create the Git Repo in my htdocs/gvi-found directory so I don’t need to manually update my Drupal site files. That’s on my To Do List for tomorrow.