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Debian and Ubuntu

Ubuntu 18.04, Debian 10, and newer versions of those OSes offer a git-lfs package. If you'd like to use that and don't need the latest version, skip step 1 below.

  1. curl -s | sudo bash

  2. sudo apt-get install git-lfs

  3. git lfs install


  1. You may need to brew update to get all the new formulas
  2. brew install git-lfs
  3. git lfs install


  1. Install git >= 1.8.2
    • Recommended method for RHEL/CentOS 5 and 7 (not 6!)
      1. Install the epel repo link (For CentOS it's just sudo yum install epel-release)
      2. sudo yum install git
    • Recommended method for RHEL/CentOS 6
      1. Install the IUS Community repo. curl -s | sudo bash or here
      2. sudo yum install git2u
    • You can also build git from source and install it. If you do that, you will need to either manually download the git-lfs rpm and install it with rpm -i --nodeps git-lfs*.rpm, or just use the Other instructions. The only other advanced way to fool yum is to create and install a fake/real git rpm to satisfy the git >= 1.8.2 requirement.
  2. To install the git-lfs repo, run curl -s | sudo bash from here
  3. sudo yum install git-lfs

  4. git lfs install


  1. Download the windows installer from here
  2. Run the windows installer
  3. Start a command prompt/or git for windows prompt and run git lfs install

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