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Create a Local Git Repository on Linux with the Help of SSH
Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you need to deploy a quick Git repository on a machine within your LAN? Here's what to do.
Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you need to deploy a quick Git repository on a machine within your LAN? If you’re a developer, chances are pretty good this task has fallen into your lap on several occasions.
Fortunately, you don’t really need to depend on a bunch of overly complicated software packages or third-party tools to make this happen. Sure, if you want a sweet GUI to make the lives of all those who will contribute to your development project considerably easier, you might turn to a platform like Gitea. But if you prefer the simplicity and ease of deployment that comes along with the command line, you’re going to want to give this method a go. It might not have all the bells and whistles of the web-based options but it does the job reliably and quickly.