I am thinking of switching my bitbucket to Stash. After installing it to the server, I get this message:
A fatal error has occurred The following problem occurred which prevents Atlassian Stash from starting correctly: You are using Git 1.7.1. The minimum supported version is 1.7.6. Upgrade to Git 1.7.6+, excluding 22.214.171.124, and restart Stash.
That is fine and dandy.. Just run:
yum update git
The only problem is, when I run this, it says my Git is up to date. What do I need to do tho fix this issue? Is there a place I can manually update it to a newer version?
CentOS release 6.5 (Final) cpe:/o:centos:linux:6:GA
I am still learning linux, so please be as specific as you can! Thanks!
It's most unfortunate that the most recent version of Git that comes with CentOS/Redhat is 1.7.1, and Stash really does need 1.7.6+ (we're not trying to be difficult). This is our KB article on how to install a newer version:
Let me know if that helps or not.
Thank you for your help - but unfortonatly it looks like this will be impossible for my level of linux knowledge. I followed your link, went to install git, and it needed four or five dependancies that cannot be updated through yum. So this was the correct answer - it is just past my abilities - and for now I will just have to keep using bitbucket it appears. Thank you for your time!
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