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What is the best way to set up users in GIT. Do I really have to add a unix user to the machine to set this up?

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What is the best way to set up users in GIT. Do I really have to add a unix user to the machine to set this up?
posted Mar 10, 2015 by Ramakrishnan

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Git, in itself, doesn't support authentication/authorization, or users in any sense. There are, however, several applications that can do it for you, the most known may be gitolite.

answer Mar 10, 2015 by Seema Siddique
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