GitLab supports using SSH for securely connecting to your repos. In this video, learn how to create an SSH key and set it up to work with your GitLab account.
- [Instructor] When using GitLab, … you'll probably want to create an SSH key pair. … This lets you securely connect between a local repository … in your GitLab server without having to deal … with a username and password. … First, login to your GitLab server and click the icon … up in the upper right here, then go to Settings, … and we'll go over to SSH keys on the left. … If you already have an SSH key pair, … you can just paste in your public key here. … There are some instructions on this page, … but it's actually pretty simple. … Depending on your operating system, … you may not even need to install any new software. … It should just work on Mac OS and Linux, … but we'll need to do a little bit on Windows. … If you're using Windows 10 or later, … you could use the Windows subsystem for Linux, … but I'm actually going to use Git for Windows. … The URL through this is gitforwindows.org, … and it's free and open source, and you can download it here. … I've already installed it, but let's run …
- Navigating the GitLab interface
- Using GitLab for collaboration
- Merging requests
- Continuous integration and continuous delivery
- Creating and running a pipeline
- Deploying a project using GitLab
Skill Level Intermediate
1. First Steps with GitLab
2. GitLab for Source Control
3. Continuous Integration
4. Continuous Delivery
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