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A password is a collection of characters that is used, usually in conjunction with a username, as a means of authentication.

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This is my current workaround: First login as ec2-user with the .pem file Then switch to root with sudo su Then switch to git user with su git Then run the gitosis-init like so: gitosis-init < path …
answered Oct 30 '12 by bool.dev
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I have to run this command to initialize gitosis: sudo -H -u git gitosis-init < /home/ec2-user/id_rsa.pub But that asks me for a password for ec2-user: $ sudo -H -u git gitosis-init < id_rsa.pub … [sudo] password for ec2-user: I do not have a password as i use the default .pem key file to login. I know i can probably login as the git user and do this, but is there any other way? Update: Using Linux AMI 12.09 (micro-instance), in region us-east-1 (N. Virginia) …
asked Oct 30 '12 by bool.dev