On Fri, Oct 19, 2007 at 05:09:21PM -0700, John Poelstra wrote:
I would like to setup a git repo under my fedorapeople.org
anyone can have RO access while providing me RW.
I am familiar with setting up git in a local environment, but unclear
how and what to configure to make it work in this environment whereby
anyone can clone or view it (i'm guessing over http) and I can commit to
it (I'm guessing via ssh)?
yes exactly. It does not appear that a git server daemon is running
on that service, but http should suffice for many projects.
IOW where should the git directory be? Do I create a symlink from it
in ~/public_html/ you can make your bare clone, so you have say:
git clone --bare git://git.fedoraproject.org/git/hosted/mirrormanager
which creates ~/public_html/mirrormanager.git
which is only the .git directory, or you can drop the --bare and get a
fully checked out repo at ~/public_html/mirrormanager/
Then run: git-update-server-info there to be sure it'll be accessible
Linux Technology Strategist, Dell Office of the CTO