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Gitolite

Gitolite is software to manage a collection of Git repositories on a server accessible by SSH, without creating local accounts for the users

Gitosis

Gitosis is software to manage a collection of Git repositories on a server accessible by SSH, without creating local accounts for the users

Best better

Example

"For this the best option is gitolite better than gitosis"

from question  

How do I setup a private git repository in Ubuntu?

"I know gitolite better than gitosis"

from question  

How to Make a git Repository 'pull only'

Others

Example

Gitosis is no longer actively developed;gitolite gives you more features

from question  

How/Where do you store git repositories when working with multiple servers?

Gitolite is maintained has a dozen features more than gitosis and the author actually responds to emails

from question  

What is the best way to secure a shared git repo for a small distributed team?

That being said i find gitolite much more complete than gitosis like all those recent blog posts illustrate

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How to move local Git repository (with history) to be managed by Gitosis on remote server?

Gitolite is far more advanced than gitosis and is quite easy to install directly from your workstation based on ssh communication with your git repository server

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Is there any decent git repository manager that's downloadable?

Either way gitolite is easier to maintain and more up-to-date than gitosis see how do programs like gitolite work

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ERROR:gitosis.serve.main:Repository read access denied

I m not sure if this will be of any help to you but it s worth noting that the successor to gitosis gitolite has built-in support for wildcard repositories documentation here;according to this blog post gitosis does not support wildcard repositories

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Git create repos on the fly?

Gitosis which is no longer in active development and you should be using gitolite but this answer applies to both of them stores each user s public keys in in your case gitosis .ssh authorized_keys

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Git authentication - pull as a new user

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