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Git Server and Git Clients setup guide

He dears,

i have installed Stash and Git 1.7+ .and after successful login to Stash, i managed to create Project and then its first Repository, and then i have been asked to add command to git command tool to configure Repository, i have followd the steps after , i have seen my file in Stash, file browser of that Repository.

Now the thing is , that file is for local repository, i have 5 PC attached with the system, and i want to give access them to use a remote Repository container and do the necessary actoin on repository.

for that i should have a Client-Server type of setup.

I have searched but no success So far.

Kindly Help me.



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Hi, Stash IS a Git server. You can connect with a Git client of your choice. I mainly either use Git directly from Linux command line or via Eclipse's egit plugin.

Thanks Harry:

i have worked with the basic Repository Creation with Stash. Now i want to have a More Broad GUI GIT CLIENT . which works at different LAN connected PC and can work with a centerlized Repository which a Stash Created. - here's a list from the official Git site. If you are using Mac then definitely Source Tree by Atlassian.

If you have Windows XP and you're familiar with TortoiseSVN you can give TortoiseGit a try

Oh Thanks.

I did with Most of the Tools, but the Problem is that, there is no specific help given for these tools, I m working with Windows XP and Stash Software is Installed in Virtual Machine.

Thanks Harry:

I will try, and Hope i will get it, if not i will ask more .

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