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Mercurial (hg) with active directory

Can I setup Mercurial to authenticate users on Active Directory? In my case, hg can run on Windows, Linux or FreeBSD, but I need to use AD users. Note: if it is possible, then please point me to a ...
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Read access control with Mercurial and Apache

I've set up Mercurial via Apache (hgwebdir.cgi). I would like to have the same functionality as when using Subversion and AuthzSVNAccessFile, in which I can restrict which user has read or write ...
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Authenticating with Mercurial server without supplying credentials to prompts or in .hgrc file

I have a Windows 2008 R2 IIS7 server with Mercurial under HTTPS. I connect to the Mercurial Repositories using TortoiseHG and via the web interface. If I don't have my username and password in the ...
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Is there a Mercurial admin web frontend?

Something like Bitbucket (of course much less feature-rich). It must be able to hold multiple repositories, and be private (i.e. if you don't login, it doesn't show you anything). It should be able ...
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How to set up a Mercurial repo like BitBucket on a Linux machine?

I've been using for a while BitBucket as a repo. Now I'd like to set up my own repository and I'd like it to have similar functionalities (in particular I'd like to push, have some kind of web ...
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Stopping pushers from breaking my central Mercurial repository

I'm running the central mercurial repository, and I understand that the normal "push" command will stop if the remote user is trying to force multiple "head"s to my central repository. The intention ...
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Nginx wont send POST to FastCGI backend, but GET works fine?

Not sure why, but it is happy sending a GET to the FastCGI backend (Mercurial hgwebdir in this case), but simply resorts to the filesystem if the request is a POST. Relevant parts of nginx.conf: ...
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Hosting multiple repositories, each with differing access control

We will need to host a series of Mercurial repositories. For security, we will use SSL encryption in Apache and htpasswd access (required). I tested out a single repository and used hgwebdir.cgi and ...
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Cannot install mercurial properly - PYTHONPATH error

I have a server running on Ubuntu 10.04 on which I wanted to install Mercurial via % sudo apt-get install mercurial It seems to have installed successfully and doesn't show me any error messages. ...