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I've successfully installed Gitosis. I added a repositories to it. However the Gitosis docs are very sparse, so I have a question:

I've got a working copy of some repository on the same machine where I installed Gitosis. I'd like to be able to share this this copy directly using Gitosis. I know it's possible to just create a new repository inside Gitosis and than push all the changes that I make to the working copy to this repository using localhost as the address. However I find it a little bit inconvenient. I'd like all the changes that I do locally to be instantly visible outside. Is it possible?

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Ok, using a symbolic link works:

cd /home/git/repositories
ln -s /path/to/my/working/copy repository.git
chmod 755 repository.git
chown -h git:git repository.git
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