On Fri, Sep 25, 2015 at 12:11:39AM -0700, arunjobema...@gmail.com wrote:
> Hi all,
>         I am new to git. I have followed the instructions given 
> at https://git-scm.com/book/en/v2/Git-on-the-Server-GitWeb and successfully 
> installed gitweb.
>         I am using git 2.2.2 and it is installed on Linux.
>         After the successful installation and configuration of gitweb, I 
> could able to see my git repositories when I hit my url like... 
> http://ipaddress  ( and I could see all the git projects/repositories 
> listed here)
>         Now, I would like to my team members to clone these repositories to 
> their local machines (all windows) using either git bash or tortoise git.
>         However, we are unable to find or get the git clone url for these 
> projects which are on gitweb.
>         How can I achieve this. Please help.
>         For your information, there are 5 git repositories on my Linux box 
> (in which same git and gitweb are installed)  and they are present under 
> /root/git_projects/

AFAIU `gitweb` is only a viewer for git repos.  You'll need to set up
either ssh access och configure your web server to serve the git repos
(using `git-http-backend`).


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