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Pushing to your own remote git

I’m creating a new server as you can notice and I would like to push directly to my git (hosted on my own server), so I could release a new version with a simple git push myserver branch.

If you want to achieve this as well you can connect to your remote ssh and execute

  1. $ mkdir test.git
  2. $ cd git
  3. $ git --bare init

You will need to know the full path of your git folder to add to as a remote on your local, to check the full path run pwd. Back to your local machine add your remote server.

git remote add my_server ssh:[email protected]:/replace/with/pwd/test.git

After this you can use git push my_server branch to push to it.