apache repository setup
johnevans123 at hotmail.com
Tue Aug 9 13:59:03 CDT 2005
appreciate the help.
yes. .hg and a local working set too.
for testing, on je-server1, I locally created another repository in
/home/guestuser/gu-repo (hg clone /home/je/je-repo, hg update), and am able
to modify files in the new working set, then do a "hg commit", "hg push
/home/je/je-repo". and then in a tmp directory, I can perform a "hg clone
/home/je/je-repo" and the modified files are present in my newly cloned
repository. so, appears as if I can perform all of the required hg commands
locally, but when I try to use hg push ssh:... remotely, then something goes
mucking with sshd config seems to be the answer, but not sure.
>From: Bryan O'Sullivan <bos at serpentine.com>
>To: John Evans <johnevans123 at hotmail.com>
>CC: Mercurial mailing list <mercurial at selenic.com>
>Subject: Re: apache repository setup
>Date: Tue, 09 Aug 2005 11:19:42 -0700
>On Tue, 2005-08-09 at 13:15 -0500, John Evans wrote:
> > I can push locally to this repository, but when I attempt to use "hg
> > ssh:..." from a remote machine, then that's where I fail.
> > hg push ssh://user@servername/~/repo-name
> > is the format of the command I am using.
> > gets an error of:
> > pushing to ssh://je@je_server1/~/je-repo
> > remote: abort: No such file or directory: /home/je/je-repo/.hg/lock
> > abort: unexpected response ''!
>Are you sure you really have a repository in /home/je/je-repo? Is there
>a /home/je/je-repo/.hg directory there?
> > I do not have ssh authorization_keys setup for me (.ssh/authorized_keys,
> > wasn't sure that I needed it.
>Shouldn't be necessary.
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