You can also read it as git installation linux edition.
The current state (2020/04/20) Amazon Linux Git latest Ver. Git-2.14.6-1.62.amzn1. ~~ (It looks like no good ~~
** As pointed out by @ SSW-SCIENTIFIC, a security patch has been applied to
git-2.14.6-1.62 of linux
yum above **, and in terms of this vulnerability, Git compilation Insco updates ** not required **.
Think of this article as a notebook on a board outside the exam range when you were a student.
We apologize for the delay in updating the postscript due to fever. (Fortunately it wasn't Corona)
** Addendum: **
As of today (April 21, 2020) _, the latest Git has changed from
2.26.1 → 2.26.2, so I modified the command.
** After that, please check the latest version and rewrite the numbers **
--For Windows, please use from here git.exe
git update-git-for-windows #One shot
--Isn't it okay to use
Homebrew on Mac (appropriate)?
brew update && brew upgrade git
--By the way (if you have it), you also need to update
SourceTree, please change to use Git of the updated system.
First, check the status of Git
$ git --version git version 2.14.5
Yes. Let's upload the latest (2.26.2) and below obediently. (Although there is no need to distribute patches for low Ver ...)
#Lower yum update #You don't have to yum install curl-devel expat-devel gettext-devel openssl-devel zlib-devel perl-ExtUtils-MakeMaker #Insco git dependencies, otherwise I would cry later(Past completed) git --version #It seems that old Git can be inserted at the time of inscoring the dependency git version 2.14.5 # `yum remove git`You can delete it, but ignore it. #download wget https://www.kernel.org/pub/software/scm/git/git-2.26.2.tar.gz #here(https://mirrors.edge.kernel.org/pub/software/scm/git/)Find the latest from and drop tar -zxf git-2.26.2.tar.gz #Deploy a lot cd git-2.26.2 #The usual #Production make configure ./configure --prefix=/usr #Compile Compile sudo make all sudo make install # (_´Д｀)No~~Otsukare #Verification $ git --version git version 2.26.2
$ sudo make all SUBDIR git-gui #← This MSGFMT po/pt_pt.msg make: *** [po/pt_pt.msg] Error 127 make: *** [all] Error 2 $ sudo make install SUBDIR git-gui MSGFMT po/pt_pt.msg make: *** [po/pt_pt.msg] Error 127 #← This
__ If you do not enter the dependency relationship __ first, such an error will occur frequently. amen
--If you don't do the second dependency, you'll end up getting stuck, so unfortunately those who installed from packages such as yum are erratic
#Clone the latest repository with the git command git clone git://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/git/git.git #Pull to get the latest source and compile again cd git git pull sudo make all && sudo make prefix=/usr/local install #As you can see, the command abbreviation #final confirmation git --version
** Added an easy way by professor @ github0013 @ github! (Thanks!) ** Please check the comments for more details.
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:git-core/ppa # >PPA is launchpad.A personal repository on the net(← Quote description).. Because it's an individual! Be careful when using it in other cases. sudo apt update sudo apt install git #The latest version is always available on ppa by git official, so you can get the latest version with this. git --version git version 2.26.2
sudo apt-get install software-properties-common
ppa: git-core / ppaWhat?
PPA, but " Official apt apt app "→" Prepare yourself "" Personal lipo provided by high-ranking developers. is.
The following is ** no longer needed for Ubuntu Git **, but I will leave it for studying such as source → compile
#Moderately updated sudo apt update apt list --upgradable sudo apt upgrade #Lower sudo apt install make libssl-dev libghc-zlib-dev libcurl4-gnutls-dev libexpat1-dev gettext unzip #Dependent commuter pass sudo apt autoremove #← In the case of apt, a magic command that cleans tools that are no longer needed #Daun Road, with yum from here wget https://www.kernel.org/pub/software/scm/git/git-2.26.2.tar.gz tar -zxf git-2.26.2.tar.gz cd git-2.26.2 #Production make configure ./configure --prefix=/usr sudo make all sudo make install
Even though my Win terminal ended without any trouble, I searched for a site to death with the Update of ʻUbuntu
and ʻAWS, and it took me about a stupid time ...
You can see how you usually rely on
yum package management (´ ・ ω:;.: ...)
I've actually written it so far, but I don't usually use it, so I think I'll forget it next week. And it seems foolish to wander around the sea on the net again and eat time, so I made it for myself!
After that, I think I'll dig into Evernote and copy and paste again every time I update or build a new one.
** If there is a mistake in the meaning of the comment comment, please let me know! ** **