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Password prompt for public git repositories with git daemon - gitolite

I try to setup a git server with gitolite and make some repositories public. I installed gitolite, configured it for the user git and everything works fine. Permissions and UMask are set to 0027, to ...
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Error with git archive --remote <repo>

I installed a Git server with gitosis in Ubuntu 4.10 64 bits. The server works OK, but a user has asked me to run the command git archive --remote . http://linux.die.net/man/1/git-archive This ...
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How To Install Git Daemon on Ubuntu 10.04 Linux with SparkleShare (and use it like Drop Box)

I tried following this doc... https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Git ...but unfortunately the "initialKeyFileName" step is not explained.
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where is git-daemon?

according to man git-daemon, this comes with the git package, althought i've look in /etc/init.d and /usr/bin/git* and i can't find where this is $ git --version git version 1.7.1 $ whereis ...
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Git Daemon on linux?

Trying to set up a simple git-daemon on a linux server, and talk to it from a windows box. On linux server: Make a folder /home/foo/bar CD to /home/foo/bar do a git --bare init here Do a touch ...
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Configuring a Remote Git Repository On A Networked Server?

I am using Git as my method of managing source control. Currently I am just using Git on my local machine with a local repository. I have a networked server setup which I would like to configure a ...
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GIt Daemon and Access Control for Multiple Repos

Here is the situation, I have a folder named git which contains various --bare git repositories. This is on my server which is CentOS 5. My personal computer at home is a Windows XP. I want to push ...
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How to stop git-daemon on debian

I'm running debian lenny server, and I've installed git on it. Now there is a git-daemon process (and appropriate opened port), but there is no /etc/init.d/git script that I could stop. I know there ...