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Articles on OpenSSH and Personal Git

Hi,

Wrote a couple articles on OpenSSH and on running your Git server in a
CentOS 7 environment

<a href="https://notrackers.com/the-command-line/openssh-primer/" title="https://notrackers.com/the-command-line/openssh-primer/">https://notrackers.com/the-command-line/openssh-primer/</a>

and

<a href="https://notrackers.com/the-command-line/setting-up-your-own-git-server/" title="https://notrackers.com/the-command-line/setting-up-your-own-git-server/">https://notrackers.com/the-command-line/setting-up-your-own-git-server/</a>

And the domain name is honest, there no trackers on that blog. None.

(that blog is actually for a WordPress project not ready for general use
but it seemed like a good place for the articles too)

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I am sure they aren't perfect, but they may be of assistance to some.
Any blatant mistakes, I am not above correction.

Git article needs SELinux instructions added for web content served
outside of /var/www/html and the public web git viewer I'm planning to
fork to fix some issues I have it (I'll contribute patches back if they
want them)

I still need to find a CI solution (alternate to Travis-CI) that works
just from standard Git - e.g. a git hook when pushing commits or tagging
a release that pings the CI solution causing it to do a standard git
pull to run the build and unit tests.