Yes, of course you can.But.. there needs not be a "server" with Git. Once 
you have a git client, you're good.

To share the code base with others however, there are many options. 
Have a look at the basic ways: 

Some of them:

   - host the plain (and usualy "bare") repository (considered "master" 
   copy) on a network share. Works for small teams only.
   - similar, but with SSH and / or https access on your server
   - host via git protocol on a server; won't give you options for access 
   control though (the repo is public for everyone who has access).
   - use a specialized Git manager service to host your repositories. This 
   is a very common option, as it gives you extra functionalities.Search with 
   your favorite browser for "git manager", "gitlab", "gerrit", "atlassian 
   stash". Some are free, some are not.Gitlab for instance is very similar to 
   Github, yet can be installed inside of your network. Gerrit is mainly a 
   code review tool, but does well as git manager, too.

Have fun with Git ;-)

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