Thanks you both. I'll check these resources.

Konstantin - you are correct regarding the Linux part - not  really an

On Tue, Jul 31, 2012 at 8:01 PM, Konstantin Khomoutov <> wrote:

> On Tue, 31 Jul 2012 09:13:27 -0700 (PDT)
> Gabby Romano <> wrote:
> > Can anyone show me how to create a silent install of Git on Windows &
> > Linux ? I didn't find anything I could understand clearly how to
> > achieve that.
> Stock Git for Windows installer is prepared using the InnoSetup program
> and hence should obey the /SILENT and /VERYSILENT command-line options.
> Note that this will install Git with default settings.
> IIRC, there's currently no way to somehow affect (or preseed) this --
> you will need to either hack the installation script according to your
> needs and build your own setup package or perform certain post-install
> steps (which can be scripted, see [1]).
> As to Linux, I don't see how your question applies here.  For a start,
> "Linux" is the name of an OS kernel, not an OS in itself.
> And Linux-based usually package Git already so installing it is a
> matter of running something like
> # apt-get install git
> so I fail to see how your question applies for this case.
> 1.

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