Updating fedora core 3
Ubuntu (apt), Cent OS, Fedora and Red Hat (rpm/YUM) Linux server administration and desktop systems adminstration are covered in this tutorial.This tutorial explains the usage of the distributed version control system Git via the command line.You can create a new branch from an existing one and change the code independently from other branches.One of the branches is the default (typically named _master uniquely identifies a new revision of the content of the repository.You can revert to any point in a Git repository, but tags make it easier.The benefit of tags is to mark the repository for a specific reason, e.g., with a release.Of course, Git also supports the creation of new repositories.which means that you can work on different versions of your collection of files.
This way a branch defines its own line of descendants in the overall version graph formed by all commits in the repository.
This revision can be retrieved later, for example, if you want to see the source code of an older version.
Each commit object contains the author and the committer.
The examples were done on Linux (Ubuntu), but should also work on other operating systems like Microsoft Windows.
Git originates from the Linux kernel development and was founded in 2005 by Linus Torvalds.