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So, these are just shared folders on a server accessed by SSH?
Access is totally controlled by the file ‘authorised_users’.
I guess you’d need admin access to get to that file.
Currently I also use bitBucket for private git repos., like Tom.
Based in Chester in the UK.
On 17/02/2018 21:30, Clifford Ilkay wrote:
> On Sat, Feb 17, 2018 at 7:38 AM, Doug Easterbrook <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> hi Michael:
>> there are free options out there if you want to set up your own repository
>> in a private place
>> two open source tools that we have used are:
>> gitlab about.gitlab.com
>> gitblit gitblit.com
>> (sometime you have to navigate and explore to find how to download the
>> free server stuff)
> You don’t even need tools like that if you don’t care about the features
> they provide or you have alternatives in place. We have a bunch of private
> git repos that we access over ssh. I add the public key of a team member to
> ~/.ssh/authorized_users and that team member has access to the git repos.
> Clifford Ilkay
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