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Checking out repository based on loaded SSH keys

I have setup my git server using Gitosis. I need to checkout the repository as different user on the same machine. Suppose there are two machines: Linux based server (on which the repo is held ...
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How does VisualSVN store passwords?

We are running a VisualSVN Server that needs ~300 users to be created. As the need to mass create users is likely to reoccur, I'd prefer not to task someone with data entry for account creation. I've ...
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svn server settings - no access allowed

Sorry for the beginner question. I am trying to set up a SVN server for the first time. I have the server running but every time I try to checkout I get an error: No access allowed to this ...
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Does Group Policy detect installed version before downloading an MSI from network

I used group policy to deploy an Adobe Reader X .msi file, which successfully updated the machines it was targeted to. The computer group those machines belong to still has a link to the GPO which ...
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What are possible drawbacks of an IIS 7 site having an NTFS junction as a web root?

I am trying to come up with a way to deploy ASP.NET code with as little site disturbance as possible. One thought was to set up the site to be served from an NTFS junction c:\www\example.com where c:\...
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how to set up an svn thing in a live server so that i won't have to use an ftp client anymore ? [closed]

I have a typical hosting account with control panel, ssh access, now my question is, how to set up svn or git on that live account? so that whenever i develop something, I won't have to use FTP client,...
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How to log in as a user in p4

I have an issue where users are trying to log in to their perforce account using p4 (not p4v), but it seems to start at a default account without permissions. When they try to logout with p4 logout, ...
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Correct Git clone syntax for SSH

I'm trying to access a remote git repository using SSH but I'm getting a fatal error - is there a problem with my syntax? I've created a git repo in the mysite folder on my server - so the repo is at ...
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Make a repository of an entire partition?

I like to have a good backup from my small debian server. Would it be a good idea to make a repository at "/"?
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How to synchronize adds and modifications with another a local folder on Windows Server 2008?

I am looking for a solution to mirror a folder at every change by synchronizing it with another local folder (let's say C:\Data and C:\Mirror) : synchronize new files and modifications but do not ...
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Git, Init remote repository

we are changing our VCS from Subversion to Git. Server is installed and running so far now to get things done right: If I create a local repo on my machine and want to push/clone this to a remote ...
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How can I version controll my F5 Big-IP LTM load balancer configs while allowing changes via iControl or the web interface

Currently we use F5 Big-IP LTMs (IP load balancers) in our environment for load balancing. We have an existing process for making changes to LTM configs and pushing them out. I'm trying to figure out ...
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Safe to have /.svn/ folders on live site? (How to remove them but retain svn update capability?)

I'm doing svn update to update the code for my php website, but it leaves .svn/ folders all over. I think its dangerous to leave those files publically readable, but its very easy to update the ...
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Version-control of configuration files with different home names?

I have recently decided to use a version-control system to share my configuration files between my different linux installs. After reading another thread I found on this subject, I'm planning to do ...
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Microsoft Project cannot access to Team Foundation Server

I'm trying to connect my Microsoft Project 2010 to a team foundation server in order to create a project connected to my server in order to edit tasks and so on... Well, in the ribbon top bar, I ...
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Mixing Subversion “SVNParentPath” and per-repository configurations?

Given a typical Subversion/Apache configuration using SVNParentPath, with repositories hosted under /svn/ like this: <Location /svn> DAV svn SVNParentPath /srv/source/svn/repos ...
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Debian or CentOS for VPS?

I'm in need for a VPS. My current hosting provider is able to provide with very cheap two options - CentOS and Debian. I don't expect a high traffic there, it is only so I can host my SVN repos (and ...
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LAMP Stack Version Help — Is there a website or version tracker source to help suggest the right versions of each part of a platform stack?

Taken singly, it's easy to research versions and compatibility. Version information is readily available on each single part of a platform stack, such as MySQL. You can find out the latest version, ...
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What kind of access would a VPS.NET server allow me?

I am looking for a hosting server that I can do a checkout from a svn repository hosted somewhere else. I also would like to be able to make changes to the apache2/httpd.conf Would I be able to do ...
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Software Versioning Software [closed]

I am looking for a small software versioning (changelog) and bug submission system with a web-frontend. The features I only need is a change-log where users can see what they can expect and a tiny bug-...
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Making the move to source control

Ours is a fairly small company (3-4 programmers and 3-4 site designers) that develops a single-purpose PHP web app which provides the functionality to about 100+ websites. We've operated for a couple ...
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Subversion cluster / replication / HA

What's a good way of making SVN highly available? We take backups of our Subversion server, but this is not enough, as svn is very important. We would like to implement some HA mechanmism for ...
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getting linux kernel routing rules into version control

We currently use a number of linux routers, and currently a number of the team tend to jump into servers and change the routing rules when needed, and the auditing is becoming incredibly tedious. For ...
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Automatic versioned backups?

A small 20 person company wants a file share that everyone can access which has versioned file level backups. We don't plan to use the versioning often but we want it there if we need it. We already ...
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Git vs Mercurial server on Windows

I am deciding between setting up a Mercurial or Git server (via HTTPS) on Windows Server 2008. I have heard that Git support is sketchy for Windows client use, but haven't heard much (that are up to ...
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Mercurial clone ignore the ignored

So i have a local clone and a central repository. Now I need to create local clones from the main clone and use them. The problem is the clone command is ignoring the ignored files (like it should). ...
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Managing/versioning host-specific scripts (*nix)

We're currently using Puppet (with the manifests and related files in SVN) to manage configuration of our *nix hosts. However, I've hit a bit of a perplexing issue. Many of our hosts have scripts ...
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Version Control for print designers and editors

I've looked hard at other threads similar to this, but still can't find anyone with a good recommendation for a cross-platform (OSX, Windows) team workflow in InDesign that is easy and doesn't require ...
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How to manually trust an SSL certificate to a development server?

On our development server, we are using a self generated SSL certificate, so every time I browse to the dev site, IE panics and asks me if I wanted to continue. How can I manually add the dev ...
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How do I enable ZIP/TAR/BZ2 Download Buttons in my Mercurial HGWEB?

I recently got Mercurial running on my server, shared via Apache. When I browse to the repos via the web, I see a list of my repositories with Atom/RSS links, but no download buttons. My question is,...
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svn over https/ssl + nginx?

is svn ( or any other version control system) over https (so the sending of the code is secure) served by nginx possible scenario? Or do I have to run apache? I don't want to give ssh ...
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I was just curious how far system admins go in setting up the workflows for the developers

Question: I am looking for links or personal accounts of lessons & experiences on setting up sets of servers\systems for developers. In particular I am interested in the amount of automation and ...
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Is there a etckeeper equivalent for Windows? AKA Windows config revision-control

I want to make a central config file repository so that I can have the changes to any config under revision control (Mercurial). This will include some GNU/Linux boxes (which will use etckeeper), the ...
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Simple document/file management software

I'm looking for a simple way to share documents/files with other people via a web-based interface. The requirements are the following: runs on Linux web-based download/upload versioning basic ...
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How do I open firewall ports for Windows file sharing?

This is required for Visual SourceSafe to work. I need to know what ports need to be open to the outside, so Windows file sharing can respond to users in the public internet. Users need to be ...
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Error: Retrieval of mergeinfo unsupported by ‘svn://IP.Address’?

I am trying to merge a Branch to Trunk using the TSVN 'Reintegrate a branch' feature. However I get the following error. Error: Retrieval of mergeinfo unsupported by 'svn://IP.Address'? What ...
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Is there a way to add all files and directories that are unversioned to SVN repository?

Is there a way to perform an svn add command that will add only unversioned files? Currently if I try to do svn add on a direcotry that contains a mix of versioned and unversioned files I receive the ...
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SVN Or Git Users & Permission management

Which one is better for user management, adding users to special repo and grant special permissions on them (Read or Write). SVN or GIT ?
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Is there a way to secure my server and give 10 untrusted persion my ssh access

Okay here is the situation, I bought a hosting server that gives me version control and ssh access. I'm working on a big project that needs team work so I need at least 10 person around the globe to ...
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Website deployment - managing user-uploaded content?

I'm a programmer by trade, "server administrator" by company necessity. We're looking at dumping the old painful "update site by FTP upload" style of deployment. Having the webserver check out the ...
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Controlling clone access to multiple mercurial repos served via hgwebdir.cgi [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Read access control with Mercurial and Apache I'm trying to host multiple Mercurial repositories for my clients. I need to control access to each repository individually — ...
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How does a web server/the http protocol handle version control and compression?

When a client browser requests a file from the web server, I know that some kind of check is performed, because the files needed to serve the web page may already be cached by the web browser. So, if ...
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Permission / owner issue with pushing to git when editing directly from repo?

I have a web interface for deploying scripts from our repo at Github to our live server. The web interface just triggers a bash script with some git commands. If I make changes locally, push to repo, ...
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How to setup Secure SemiPublic Revision Control System

I have a windows server with a project configured with a revision control system. Suppose it's GIT or SVN or .... Suppose there are 10 people around the globe working on this project. The first ...
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How to tell Mercurial to never create hard links

I am planning to use Mercurial in the near future on some projects. These projects will normally reside in a directory on my Windows machine, but I will be sharing these directories using VirtualBox ...
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I want to version control my entire slice

I'm renting a slice (i.e., a VPS) from Slicehost. I've a spent a day or two filling up /usr with my favorite packages, /etc with configs and init scripts, and so on. Now I want to: save this whole ...
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Version Control and Backup, which combination?

I'm a sole developer and I have 3 computers. Plus a friend of mine has an account, but never uses it. My current setup is GIT + my own ad hoc backup job that clones the repository, zips it, gnupg it, ...
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Where to safely store source code?

Our company already uses version control, and is already doing daily's backups. However, it is my boss's concern to keep the source code somewhere "safe enough" in case of multi-robbery or some ...
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Lightweight Revision Control for copying config files from a testing server to production server

I am working with EC2, and trying to set up a good system so that I can launch an instance, make changes to a few files (e.g. init scripts), and copy those changes over to the production server, with ...
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Choosing a File server

We are a small team of software developers - 7 programmers. We need to set up an inexpensive file server in our office. It's main purpose will be to run our Source Control System (VSS). Any ...