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  1. You do not need to run a git server to share a git repository between different stations. I like to separate strage & sync from the version control. You might see the advantage if you migrate from svn to git. You only need 4 steps to create a Dropbox or OneDrive [insert your storage provider here] synced git repro: Create git repro git init --bare ~/OneDrive/gits/wlanrepo.git Add git to your project (the project should not be on your Dropbox/Onedrive) cd ~/projects/sites/wlanboy git init git add --all git commit -m “Initial commit of project wlanboy" Add the git repro as remote git remote add origin ~/OneDrive/gits/wlanrepo.git Push everything to your remote repro cd ~/projects/sites/wlanboy git push --set-upstream origin master Done. Try a "git log" and you will see that everything git-like is working.