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I dont have a WIndows Server OS. I just have a Windows XP version with me in my system. I want to setup a Git server in my system for secure Http Access to it from users. How can I do it ?


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This question is perilously close to a "do my work for me" question because of how general it is and the lack of any indication that you have done much to figure it out yourself before posting. – tomjedrz Dec 7 '09 at 5:13
i have already installed cygwin, git and all other tools and Im trying. But Im still now successful. Im new to server setup/admin. – Anand Dec 7 '09 at 7:40
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You can use cygwin and install Git, Apache2. Follow the steps given at . ( You need to hack it though. ).

Its do-able IMHO.

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but i wanted this on windows ! – Anand Dec 7 '09 at 9:37
I'm afraid its not possible at the moment. – CS3 Dec 7 '09 at 10:57

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