On Friday, December 5, 2014 at 4:42:34 AM UTC+1, Rick Umali wrote:
> Hello Alexander,
> On Thursday, December 4, 2014, you wrote:
>> So, I wonder if there is any way of installing git in my Linux server and
>> don't have any sort of interaction with www.github.com?
>> My ideal is to have a normal server repository source control in my Linux
>> box and a git client installed in my windows machine.
>> How can I achieve that? Could you guys please point some manual, link,
>> step by step process on how to achieve the server configuration and/or the
>> client app to work with my server?
> Yes, you can install Git on your Linux server, and by default it will not
> have any sort of interaction with GitHub.
> There are lots of ways to establish a Git 'server' on your Linux machine
> that your Windows machine can connect to (provided they can see each other
> on the network). I'll highlight two.
> The most primitive and raw mechanism is git daemon, which is part of Git.
> To learn about it, you can visit the git daemon manual page:
> But I had more success following this tutorial:
> On the other end of the spectrum, a more full-blown GitHub-like solution
> is to use GitLab.
> I installed this on my 32-bit Linux box with a bit of manual effort,
> though if I had a 64-bit machine I could have used an "all-in-one"
> installation. GitLab provides not just Git hosting, but also
> user-management, SSH key management, and a Wiki. Be warned though: it's got
> a lot of software under its hood (Ruby, MySQL/postgres, Redis).
> After installing either of these, then you'll have to set up the
> connection to your Git server via git remote or git clone on your Windows
> machine. You're at the start of a lot of learning, so good luck!
> depending on what your preferred platform is:
* for java: most simple and powerful at the same time is probably gerrit.
gitblit might as well be an option.
* for php: phabricator
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