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Old 10-11-2017
Git Solaris

I need to be able to run git commands on a solaris 10 box, the git server is a Linux rh 6.9 , but I can not find much info out there on a git client for solaris 10.
Is it just a pkgadd, or and install tar? or is there even any support for Solaris 10 git? My reading so far had not turned much up. Any insight is appreciated.
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