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Using Git

1.0 Introduction Git commands for common source code management use cases are listed. 2.0 Install Git On an Ubuntu Linux system, Git can be installed with the command, $ sudo apt-get install git 3.0 Set Identity Before using Git, the user's identity (name, email) has to be set $ git config –global user.email “user1@example.com” $ …

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Git Tutorial

Git is a software source code management (SCM) system, originally developed by Linus Torvalds in 2005 for management of Linux kernel source code. Using Git greatly simplifies the source code management functions for a project and improves the overall efficiency of the software development process. Git has become a very popular source code management system …

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Remote Display With the X – Window System

X – Window system is a network-transparent window system. X11 server is the display server that manages the output on the bit-mapped display hardware. An application (or client) does the work and sends requests to the X11 server, or simply, the X server for display. The client application and the X server are usually located …

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rsync

rsync is a one-way file synchronization tool used in Linux and other Unix-like systems. It is used to ensure that the destination file(s) become an exact replica of corresponding file(s) at the source, thus providing an excellent tool for taking backups. rsync is inherently a file copying tool. However, it is a better file copying …

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