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We will show you how to install git on Ubuntu 18.04.


  • Ubuntu 18.04 64-bit operating system
  • A user account with sudo privileges
  • Command-line/terminal (CTRL-ALT-T or Applications menu > Accessories > Terminal)

1. Update Software Repositories, It’s a good idea to update the local database of software to make sure you’ve got access to the latest revisions.

Open a terminal window and type: "sudo apt-get update" Allow the operation to complete.

2: Install Git, In the terminal window enter the command:

Command: "sudo apt install git"

Check Git Version, to verify the installed Git version number, enter: 

Command: "git --version"

You have successfully installed Git on your Ubuntu

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