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Installing Git on your Raspberry Pi

January 20, 2013 Leave a comment Go to comments

Git is a free and open source distruibuted version control system.

To install Git on to your to Raspberry Pi run the following command

Sudo apt-get install git-core

This will install the core git files on to your raspberry pi

To download Git files you can use the following command

“git clone git://website/stuff/program.git”

This will transfer the file to the raspberry pi ready for extraction and running.

Categories: How To, Raspberry pi
  1. November 5, 2016 at 11:14 pm

    case sensitive S s….. “Sudo apt-get install git-core” should be “sudo apt-get install git-core”

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