--If you install Git as a package (yum install git, etc.) on Linux (not limited to Linux), only the old one will be included. --Describe how to install the latest version in a form that is easy to upgrade (others have written the same, but for easy reference). --Reference site - http://www.task-notes.com/entry/20150622/1434942000
#If you do not set the time in advance, an error may occur. #Install dependent libraries sudo yum -y install curl-devel expat-devel gettext-devel openssl-devel zlib-devel perl-ExtUtils-MakeMaker gcc #Install Git (this time I will uninstall the git I put in here later) sudo yum -y install git #Switch to root sudo su - #All the following work is done as root. #Move to source directory cd /usr/local/src/ #Install the publicly available git source (I installed Git above for this task) git clone git://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/git/git.git #Uninstall git with package installation yum remove git #Directory move cd git #make make prefix=/usr/local all make prefix=/usr/local install
After that, every time the latest version is released, you can update to the latest version by doing git pull and make ~.