Git is a distributed version control system (DVCS) that is widely used in software development and other fields where version management is essential.
It was created by Linus Torvalds in 2005 and is open source, which means it's freely available and widely adopted in both open source and commercial software development.
Check your OS
This step is optional. It's just to make sure you have
When you run
hostnamectl without any options, it provides detailed information about the system's hostname, operating system, kernel, and other system-related settings.
lsb_release is a command-line utility commonly found in Linux distributions that adhere to the Linux Standard Base (LSB). The LSB is a standardization initiative that aims to increase compatibility between different Linux distributions by defining a common set of libraries and conventions.
uname -a command is used to display detailed system information about the Linux operating system. It provides information about the system's kernel and other system-related details.
Let's get down to business
Open the terminal
Although It's a good practice to ensure your system is up-to-date before installing new software, this is an optional step.
sudo dnf update
sudo dnf install git
You'll be prompted to enter and confirm the installation.
Executable file's path
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