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Goal

Install a git server on Debian. We will only install a simple GIT daemon, without authentification.
If you need authentification you will have to use an external mechanism:
  • Apache + LDAP/MySQL and access the repositories with the "http://" schema
  • SSH + the system authentication tool and access the repositories with the "ssh://" schema
The git daemon wont be standalone, we'll use xinetd.

Xinetd configuration

in /etc/xinetd.d/git-daemon:
 # default: on # description: The git server offers access to git repositories service git     {         disable = no         type            = UNLISTED         port            = 9418         socket_type     = stream         wait            = no         user            = git         server          = /usr/bin/git-daemon         server_args     = --inetd --export-all --verbose --enable=receive-pack  --reuseaddr --base-path=/home/git/         log_on_failure  += USERID     } 

/home/git

From the git-daemon setting above, the repositories will be in /home/git/

Using it

If there is a project in /home/git/test-project.git, with the above setting you will clone the project with:
 git clone git://git.rktmb.org/test-project.git 

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