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How to give permission to another user on my git remote

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I have created one repository (but I'm not a root user on the server) like

$ git init --bare

And I do push my changes locally to remote repo where I created. My friend also working the same repo, and he needs to push the changes on the same.

I tried by adding below line on the remote config file

 sharedRepository = true

Any suggestion?

posted Aug 11, 2014 by Satish Mishra

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2 Answers

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http://www.jedi.be/blog/2009/05/06/8-ways-to-share-your-git-repository/

Go through this link, I am sure you will get your answers.

answer Aug 12, 2014 by Arshad Khan
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Please see
http://git-scm.com/book/en/Git-on-the-Server-Getting-Git-on-a-Server
to explore different ways how to use git on a server.

answer Aug 11, 2014 by Ankit
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