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Install Git from RPM
Where '<arch>' is your machine's architecture. For example, 'git.i386 | git.i686 | git.x86_64'. centOS–distro yum package install of git appears to satisfy all the FS project requirements without the need for above cited extra escape-to-googlecode steps. This yum install also pulls any git dependencies, if any.
To see what CentOS distro has for your machine and its <arch>, look for the return from,
Install Git from source
Here's in short how you can install Git from source on your CentOS machine:
Locate the latest stable version of the git tar ball on google code (http://code.google.com/p/git-core/) , and then....
Debian / Ubuntu
Just get the package, like this:
Mac OS X
Install the latest version of Apple XCode (you'll need it anyway !) ... it comes with Git.
You should check Clone on Windows