Thanks Konstantin,
What I need, actually, is an official version rpm of git, looks like I have 
to create such one myself.  
I think it's not an easy way for most, especially regardring so many 
dependencies requirement.

anyway, Thank you reply this.
Have a nice day.

On Friday, December 20, 2013 11:00:28 AM UTC+8, David MA wrote:
> Dear All,
> I'm working in a company with private apt thus I can only install git v1.5 
> using apt-get, and I find I cannot use https to clone git repository, while 
> the reason I think is my low version git.
> I downloaded the v1.8.5 (the lastest one in 
> then I tried to compile 
> it using "sudo make prefix=/usr/local all".
> firstly, 
> I got lots of errors and in fact those errors mean one thing that I don't 
> have curl.h there,
> secondly,
>  I googled here 
> it really a good solution that I decide to download curl dev rpm, but it's 
> proved a nightmare,  when I want to install curl (libcurl) it showed it 
> dependend so many other libs!
> Must I dowanload each of libs and make them then install libcurl, then git 
> 1.8.5?  
> I wonder whether there is an executable latest git version for Redhat 
> RHEL5 x86_64, thanks in advance!
> David

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