How to Install Git on CentOS 7


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Installing Git on CentOS 7

Git is a distributed version control system, which allows multiple developers to collaborate on a project. It records changes to files over time so that you can recall specific versions later. Git is commonly used in software development to track and manage code changes.

Step 1: Update System

Before installing Git, it is recommended to update the system packages to their latest version using the following command:

 $ sudo yum update 

Step 2: Install Git

To install Git on CentOS 7, run the following command:

 $ sudo yum install git 

Step 3: Verify Git Installation

After the installation is complete, you can verify that Git has been installed successfully by checking its version:

 $ git --version 

This will display the installed Git version on your system.

Step 4: Configure Git

Before you start using Git, it is recommended to configure your name and email address. This information will be used as the author information for all your commits.

 $ git config --global user.name "Your Name" $ git config --global user.email "[email protected]" 


You have successfully installed Git on CentOS 7. Git is now ready to be used for version control in your projects.

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