|2011-05-12 08:27:22||RE: Re: Import files to git repository|
|Posted By: David Worth|
Join Date: 2006-03-22
Location: UNITED KINGDOM
Message ID: 6130
You need to upload your ssh public key (RSA format) to CCPForge. This (within an hour) creates a home directory on CCPForge (though you can't log in to it) and will allow you to work with git over ssh without having to enter your password every time, and will get rid of the error about /home/xnx.
There many ways to create a private/public ssh key pair depending on your platform so I'll leave you to search for that information on the web. When you have your public key you can upload it to CCPForge as follows:
Click the "My Stuff" tab, then "My Account" on the left hand side and the "Edit SSH Keys" under that. Paste in the key and click the "Submit Keys" button.
As I say you will have to wait for up to 1 hour for CCPForge to get the keys into the correct place on the system.
I have fixed a bug so now you can view the repository on the CCPForge site.
|Import files to git repository||David Worth||2010-12-03 16:03:38|
|Re: Import files to git repository||Christian Hill||2011-05-11 16:38:52|
|RE: Re: Import files to git repository||David Worth||2011-05-12 08:27:22|
|Re: Import files to git repository||Tony Arber||2013-01-17 09:03:35|
|Re: Import files to git repository||David Worth||2013-03-14 13:05:12|
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