On 16 April 2015 at 08:57, Yvon Fanfe <takouarna...@gmail.com> wrote:

>    i'm new to Git and i'm facing a problem and dont nkow how to solve it.
> I'm working with friends on a project on a server and we wanted to deploy
> Git so that it will be easy for us to integrate every body changes. The
> project directory was already on the server and not versionnised, so i
> install git on the server and made *"git init"* in the directory of the
> project and a *"git add *"* and a *"git commit -m 'xxx'"*. So localy on
> my machine, i installed git and tried *"git clone
> https://path.to.the.server/project_directory/.git
> <https://path.to.the.server/project_directory/.git>"* to clone the
> project but id doesn't worked. It always fail printing the error, *$ git
> clone path.to.the.server/project_directory/.git Cloning into 'xxx'...
> fatal: repository 'path.to.the.server/project_directory/.git' not found*
> So I'm confused since weeks now and need help for God sake please.
> ​Git only deals with the versioning of items, it doesn't deal with the
serving up over the internet.  In other words, you need to connect your git
repo to a web server in order for it to work the way you write above.

I'm afraid there is quite a bit to read up on and consider when setting up
a "git server".  Luckily there are good sources for information.  I'd start


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