To go back to a specific commit, you can use the git checkout command followed by the commit hash. The commit hash is a unique identifier for each commit. You can find it by looking at your commit history with git log.

Here’s how you can do it:

  1. First, view the commit history:
git log

This will show a list of all commits, each with its own commit hash, author, date, and commit message.

  1. Find the commit hash of the commit you want to go back to. It will look something like 3a0b9e9b381cf4a3f5e4add520bc9f0056b7c8b1.
  2. Check out that commit
git checkout <commit-hash>

Replace <commit-hash> with the actual commit hash you found in step 2.

Please note that this will put your repository in a “detached HEAD” state, which means you’re not on any branch. If you want to make changes and keep them, you should create a new branch while you’re at it:

git checkout -b <new-branch-name> <commit-hash>

Replace <new-branch-name> with the name you want to give to the new branch.