All -

If this is the wrong place to ask this question (I'm heading to
Microsoft's site next), then I apologize, but communities like this
have always been kind to me in the past, so I thought I'd start here.

I'm looking to setup a git server under CentOS 6.5 x64 that will serve
2-5 .NET developers using Visual Studio Pro 2013.  I've been reading
that Visual Studio 2013 now has 'native git support', but as I've been
reading into this more and more, it appears to me that the 'native git
support' is really the fact that Team Foundation Server has git
support on it and that I'd need to setup TFS in order to use the
Visual Studio 2013's native git support.  Can anyone either confirm
and/or deny this for me?  My personal suspicion is that I will need to
implement TortiseGIT to do what I want to do, but wanted to throw this
question out to all you masters of git to direct me in the proper

If, in actuality, I can use a CentOS git server with Visual Studio
2013, can anyone point me in the direction of an
FAQ/directions/YouTube video/book/anything for how to setup something
like this?  I have the resources to setup a CentOS git server (which
will also host some DreamWeaver CC users as well on other projects),
but setting up a dedicated TFS server isn't an option, hence why I'm
looking into this.

Thanks in advance,
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