On Friday, April 18, 2014 5:50:16 PM UTC+2, srina...@gmail.com wrote:
> I'm try to Git Server on my windows machine, From Google I get only how to 
> install GIT GUI only.
> For testing I need to make my window machine as GIT server, can any please 
> provide me the GIT Server S/W location and installation guide PDF or URL.
Oh, I think there's some clearing up to do here.

There are many ways to run a Git server. The simplest way is to just use 
normal Git out of the box, and share Git repositories via the filesystem, 
or shared network drives, if your company has such a thing. Here's an 

If you have no shared network drives, the next thing is to share Git 
repositories via SSH. This approach is well documented in the Pro Git 
book: http://git-scm.com/book/en/Git-on-the-Server (you should read chapter 
no matter which approach you take actually).

BUT, we all know getting SSH to work in a Windows infrastructure is a bit 
of a hassle, and if you don't have an existing infrastructure/culture of 
using SSH, you should continue onwards to look at some dedicated products, 
some of them open-source, that provide Git repository serving, along with 
the possibility to connect over HTTP(S) instead of SSH. Konstantin mentions 
some of these products in his reply.

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