Install Git server on Ubuntu

Unlike CVS or Subversion, Git is now in widespread use for its advantage. In this tutorial, I will guide you through the steps to install a GIT server on the Ubuntu environment!

First, let’s open the Ubuntu Terminal and install the Git with the following command:

Result:

Install Git server on Ubuntu

After installation, you need to configure your username and email for Git to be able to start working with it.

Git supports two commands so that we can easily configure username and email, specifically as follows:

For username:

For email:

For example, I will configure my username and email as “Khanh” and “huongdanjava.com@gmail.com” as follows:

Install Git server on Ubuntu

To test the results, you can use the following statement:

to see the current configuration of the Git..

My current configuration is as follows:

Install Git server on Ubuntu

Here you can start creating a Git repository!

If you want to create a Git repository in a folder you want, then create that folder and move to this folder. Then, use the following command to create a Git repository.

If you want to create a Git repository in the user directory, use the following command:

With this statement, it will give us a Git repository in the repos directory in the user directory.

Here, I need to create a Git repository located in /opt/repos so I would do the following:

Install Git server on Ubuntu

Result:

Install Git server on Ubuntu

Install Git server on Ubuntu
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