I started the course, exited during the first rebase lesson, and when I returned, I couldn’t continue because I didn’t have the branches I had previously created. Only the master branch (not main) was there. I performed a reset because I didn’t know how to get back to the “old environment.” However, the reset takes me back to the second lesson instead of the first, and the problem is that the “sql_references” folder is already waiting for me there (which is not empty; it contains files that should potentially be added), preventing me from completing the lesson and moving on with the course. I’m aware it’s a bug beyond my control, but does anyone have any ideas on how to resolve the issue?
Make sure you are in the
sql_reference folder in the terminal - not the one above that.
I’m not sure if you understood me correctly; the option to reset the tutorial is not working as it should. When I reset it, it doesn’t take me back to the very beginning.
That’s not what it does. It resets the code and settings to the beginning of the step you are on.
I mean this option.
A soft reset, if that’s what it’s called (the reset button next to the run button), is also not useful in my case.
If you want to start from the beginning and that reset button isn’t working, you can delete your container and open the project up again. Here’s some instructions for how to do that: Running the Relational Database Curriculum in your Browser
This answer solved my own container problem, related to a different course. So thanks for that.