Git is tool and concept developed by Linux Torvals. Git is free and open source distributed version control system. It has tiny footprint with lignhtning fast performance. It is very good alternative to the SVC, SVN or similar version control systems. It is mainly used by software developers in order to control different software versions. In this tutorial we will learn how to install Git on Linux, Debian, Ubuntu, Mint, Kali, Fedora, CentOSi RHEL, Arch Linux, Gentoo, Windows, Windows 7, Windows 10, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2016 and MacOS.
Install Git On Linux
There are different ways to install Git on Linux and its ditributions but the most easy and straightforward way is installing with package managers like
yum etc. They provides uptodate version of the Git software.
Debian, Ubuntu, Mint, Kali:
We will use
deb based distributions. The package name will
$ sudo apt install git
rpm based distributions generally uses
yum for package management.
$ sudo yum install git
New versions of the Fedora will leave
yum and start using
dnf so we will use following command in order to install Git on Fedora.
$ sudo dnf install git
sudo pacman -Sy git
sudo emerge --ask --verbose dev-vcs/git
Install Git On Windows
Git developers provides prebuild binaries for Windows versions. We will download these binaries from following link.
After clicking download we will redirected into following URL which is git version 2.18 release files.
We have 32, 64 bit options with portable or without installation executables.
Git For Windows 32 Bit:
Git For Windows 64 Bit
Git For Windows Portable 32 Bit
Git For Windows Portable 64 Bit
Install Git On MacOS
Installing on MacOS will be a bit tricky because we need to add some repositories with the following brew commands.
ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/install)"
AND then we will install with brew
brew install git