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Re: bzr checkout lp?
On Mon, Apr 6, 2009 at 4:53 PM, Christian Robottom Reis
> On Mon, Apr 06, 2009 at 04:48:25PM -0500, Lukasz Szybalski wrote:
>> How can I use do a checkout from a different machine?
>> I'm working on a temporary machine and I need to checkout (not branch)
>> from launchpad.
1. ok anonymous access:
(I wish the
bzr lp datahub
....when executing said:
(Connecting to) bzr+ssh myusername@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx~/szybalski/datahub/trunk
Without this it is impossible to figure out where am I connecting to
unless you are a launchpad user and subscribed to this list. (can we
make this a bug add some helpfull docs to make this user friendly )
2. bzr checkout http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~szybalski/datahub/trunk
if I want to log in?
ssh-keygen -t rsa
Permission denied (publickey).
ssh: connect to host launchpad.net port 22: Connection refused
What is the proper command for copying the temporary machine new ssh
key? On launchpad.net I can only see my existing key, an no option to
add one in?
And now what?
>> bzr checkout lp:datahub
>> Permission denied (publickey).
>> bzr: ERROR: Connection closed: please check connectivity and
>> permissions (and try -Dhpss if further diagnosis is required)
>> I've done:
>> bzr launchpad-login myusername
>> Am I suppose to do anything else? I just need to login for few days, I
>> don't want to transfer any keys. Can I authenticate somehow with
>> sftp/ssh? What would be proper command? (please show me both commands
>> anonymous vs authenticated?)
> So bzr+ssh (which is what lp: uses by default) requires your SSH key to
> be registered with Launchpad. I bet what's happening is that
> a) You are on a different machine
> b) with its own SSH key
> c) that key is not associated to your account in Launchpad
> If not, then I'd ask whether or not you have privs to write to the trunk
> branch for datahub.
> Christian Robottom Reis | [+55 16] 3376 0125 | http://launchpad.net/~kiko
> | [+55 16] 9112 6430 | http://async.com.br/~kiko
How to create python package?
DataHub - create a package that gets, parses, loads, visualizes data