GitBucket is an open-source, web-based Git platform written in Scala. It provides a GitHub-like user interface and functionality, allowing developers to create, manage, and collaborate on Git repositories. GitBucket is designed to be easy to use and deploy, making it a popular choice for individuals and small teams.
Before you can install GitBucket on CentOS 8, there are a few prerequisites that need to be met:
A CentOS 8 server with root access
Java Development Kit (JDK) 8 or above
Step 1: Install Java Development Kit (JDK)
First, update the package index on your CentOS 8 server:
sudo dnf update
Then, install the OpenJDK package using the following command:
sudo dnf install java-11-openjdk-devel
Step 2: Download and Configure GitBucket
Go to the GitBucket releases page on GitHub and look for the latest release. Copy the download link for the WAR file (ending with ".war"):
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