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matthewriley / Git2230onRHEL7x.md
Created Sep 3, 2019
Install Git 2.23.0 from source on RHEL 7.x
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Install Git 2.23.0 from source on RHEL 7.x

These are the Terminal commands I recently used (September 2019) to install Git 2.23.0 from source on RHEL 7.x. I ran this in a VirtualBox VM after a fresh install from the ISO.

You mileage will vary as the yum packages are updated over time. The yum install line below should include all the dependencies, at least it did for me. Depending upon how often you use yum update you may need to run yum --enablerepo=base clean metadata as su before you run the following commands.

cd ~/Downloads
su
# First remove old system git
yum erase git
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matthewriley / Git2171onRHEL7x.md
Created Jun 13, 2018
Install Git 2.17.1 from source on RHEL 7.x
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Install Git 2.17.1 from source on RHEL 7.x

These are the Terminal commands I recently used (July 2017) to install Git 2.17.1 from source on RHEL 7.x. I ran this in a VirtualBox VM after a fresh install from the ISO.

You mileage will vary as the yum packages are updated over time. The yum install line below should include all the dependencies, at least it did for me. Depending upon how often you use yum update you may need to run yum --enablerepo=base clean metadata as su before you run the following commands.

cd ~/Downloads
su
# First remove old system git
yum erase git
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Install Git 2.13.3 from source on RHEL 7.x

These are the Terminal commands I recently used (July 2017) to install Git 2.13.3 from source on RHEL 7.x. I ran this in a VirtualBox VM after a fresh install from the ISO.

You mileage will vary as the yum packages are updated over time. The yum install line below should include all the dependencies, at least it did for me. Depending upon how often you use yum update you may need to run yum --enablerepo=base clean metadata as su before you run the following commands.

cd ~/Downloads
su
# First remove old system git
yum erase git
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matthewriley / Git2130onRHEL7x.md
Created May 12, 2017
Install Git 2.13.0 from source on RHEL 7.x
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Install Git 2.13.0 from source on RHEL 7.x

These are the Terminal commands I recently used (June 2016) to install Git 2.13.0 from source on RHEL 7.x. I ran this in a VirtualBox VM after a fresh install from the ISO.

You mileage will vary as the yum packages are updated over time. The yum install line below should include all the dependencies, at least it did for me. Depending upon how often you use yum update you may need to run yum --enablerepo=base clean metadata as su before you run the following commands.

cd ~/Downloads
su
yum install autoconf cpio curl-devel expat-devel gcc gettext-devel make openssl-devel perl-ExtUtils-MakeMaker zlib-devel
wget -O v2.13.0.tar.gz https://github.com/git/git/archive/v2.13.0.tar.gz
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matthewriley / Git290onRHEL7x.md
Created Jun 15, 2016
Install Git 2.9.0 from source on RHEL 7.x
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Install Git 2.9.0 from source on RHEL 7.x

These are the Terminal commands I recently used (June 2016) to install Git 2.9.0 from source on RHEL 7.x. I ran this in a VirtualBox VM after a fresh install from the ISO.

You mileage will vary as the yum packages are updated over time. The yum install line below should include all the dependencies, at least it did for me. Depending upon how often you use yum update you may need to run yum --enablerepo=base clean metadata as su before you run the following commands.

cd ~/Downloads
su
yum install autoconf cpio curl-devel expat-devel gcc gettext-devel make openssl-devel perl-ExtUtils-MakeMaker zlib-devel
wget -O v2.9.0.tar.gz https://github.com/git/git/archive/v2.9.0.tar.gz
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matthewriley / Git282onRHEL7x.md
Created May 17, 2016
Install Git 2.8.2 from source on RHEL 7.x
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Install Git 2.8.2 from source on RHEL 7.x

These are the Terminal commands I recently used (May 2016) to install Git 2.8.2 from source on RHEL 7.x. I ran this in a VirtualBox VM after a fresh install from the ISO.

You mileage will vary as the yum packages are updated over time. The yum install line below should include all the dependencies, at least it did for me. Depending upon how often you use yum update you may need to run yum --enablerepo=base clean metadata as su before you run the following commands.

cd ~/Downloads
su
yum install autoconf cpio expat-devel gcc gettext-devel make openssl-devel perl-ExtUtils-MakeMaker zlib-devel
wget -O v2.8.2.tar.gz https://github.com/git/git/archive/v2.8.2.tar.gz
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matthewriley / coldfusion.sh
Created Jun 26, 2014
OS X Terminal control scripts for ColdFusion 11
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#!/usr/bin/env bash
#
# OS X Terminal control scripts for ColdFusion 11.
#
# Licensed under the Apache License, Version v2.0
# http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
#
# Usage:
#
# *) $ cfstart [instance name - optional]
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matthewriley / Git1852onCentOS510.md
Last active Jan 2, 2016
Install Git 1.8.5.2 from source on CentOS 5.10
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Install Git 1.8.5.2 from source on CentOS 5.10

These are the Terminal commands I recently used (January 2014) to install Git 1.8.5.2 from source on CentOS 5.10. I ran this in a VirtualBox VM after a fresh install from the ISO.

You mileage will vary as the yum packages are updated over time. The yum install line below should include all the dependencies, at least it did for me. Depending upon how often you use yum update you may need to run yum --enablerepo=base clean metadata as su before you run the following commands.

cd ~/Downloads
su
yum -y install gcc make autoconf zlib-devel openssl-devel cpio expat-devel gettext-devel
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matthewriley / Git1852onCentOS65.md
Last active Jul 19, 2016
Install Git 1.8.5.2 from source on CentOS 6.5
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Install Git 1.8.5.2 from source on CentOS 6.5

These are the Terminal commands I recently used (January 2014) to install Git 1.8.5.2 from source on CentOS 6.5. I ran this in a VirtualBox VM after a fresh install from the ISO.

If you are not running in a VirtualBox VM, you will need to run the following first:

su
yum -y install gcc make
exit