I just installed Git, and I would like to configure it on my server for 
private repositories.
I have some questions about the user "git" and its configuration.
I found a guide which suggest to create user as
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--shell /usr/bin/git-shell --disabled-login --home /home/git 
--disabled-password git
But without password and login I have some problems when from client I try 
to connect using git command and it requires password (that is not set) or 
from server for some configuration using git user.
At the end I followed the instruction described on this guide 
... the-Server 
I created user git with password
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adduser git

and all it works.
My passwd file contains this line
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I try to change as described on guide, but if I set 
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from client received that I haven't right permission.
So, at the end, I set this as
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In addition, I created user with password, but from client, for every 
push/pull action it requires me a password. How can I set git user to work 
properly and increase security?

Thanks a lot

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