This article covers how to install and configure a Git server on Ubuntu. Git is basically a Version control system which allows you to keep track of your software at the source level. With Git, You can easily track changes, revert to previous stages, and branch to create alternate versions of files and directories.
To install Git on Ubuntu Server:
1. Run the following commands as sudo user:
$ sudo apt update && sudo apt install git
2. To install the git package on CentOS servers type:
$ sudo yum install git
3. Next, create a new user that will manage the Git repositories:
$ sudo useradd -r -m -U -d /home/git -s /bin/bash git
The user home directory is set to /home/git.
All the repositories will be stored under this directory.