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This article covers how to install GitLab on your local devices or server. Also, you will learn how to integrate the GitLab CE into our local Ubuntu system. GitLab CE, or Community Edition, is an open-source application primarily used to host Git repositories, with additional development-related features like issue tracking. It is designed to be hosted using your own infrastructure, and provides flexibility in deploying as an internal repository store for your development team, a public way to interface with users, or a means for contributors to host their own projects.



This article covers how  to setup Gitlab on CentOS Linux.

Gitlab is an application tool that is used for source code management. It allows you to plan your development process; code, and verify; package software, and release it with an in-built continuous delivery feature; automate configurations management, and monitor software performance.


To be able to access the GitLab interface you'll need to open ports 80 and 443. 

To do so run the following commands:

$ sudo firewall-cmd --permanent --zone=public --add-service=http
$ sudo firewall-cmd --permanent --zone=public --add-service=https
$ sudo firewall-cmd --reload



To install Postfix service to send notification emails, and enable it to start at system boot, then check if it is up and running using following commands:

# yum install postfix
# systemctl start postfix
# systemctl enable postfix
# systemctl status postfix




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