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3-step process of installing Git environment in CentOS

Git is an open source distributed version control system originally developed by Linus Torvalds. It helps developers work together, track code changes, and keep a history. Git can be used on a local machine or with a remote repository. In short, Git enables developers to manage different versions of a project and track changes in each version. Git saves all files and folders in a place called "warehouse" or "repository", and allows users to switch between various branches and versions. This allows the development team to work with different code versions at the same time without confusing or losing important changes.

Git is widely used in software development, but it can also be used in other types of projects, such as documents, configuration files, and data sets. The process of installing git service in Centos is recorded here.

1. Open the terminal and log in as root.

Run the following command to update the system package list:

 sudo yum update

2. Once the list update is complete, run the following command to install Git:

 sudo yum install git

The installation process will prompt you to confirm that you want to install Git and its dependencies. Enter y and press Enter to continue the installation.

3. After the installation is completed, you can check whether Git is installed correctly by running the following command:

 git --version

If Git is installed correctly, the Git version number currently installed will be displayed.

Now, you have successfully installed Git on CentOS.

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