For source code control, I used StarTeam and Microsoft Visual SourceSafe. Now, I would like to phase out Microsot Visual SourceSafe to use an Open Source source code control. After some research, I pick Git instead of Subversion SVN. CVS was out-of-date. Many well known companies, orgranizations using Git. I would like to put a Git repository on Microsoft Windows Server that can access by Git client on Windows and Ubuntu. How?
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An Illustrated Guide to Git on Windows
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Setting up a Msysgit Server with copSSH on Windows
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