[TriLUG] Re: SSH & public key authorization on sourceforge (Tom Bryan)
tbryan at python.net
Fri Sep 7 10:34:23 EDT 2001
On Friday 07 September 2001 02:24 am, you wrote:
> Thanks Tom, You hit it on the nail.
No problem. Earlier this year, I helped three or four people on a local
project (www.ecoaccess.org) get their SourceForge connections up and working.
The SSH1 vs. SSH2 thing was a pretty common problem.
> Unfortunately because my goal is to integrate
> the latest copy of netbeans (which is awesome by the way) with
What do you mean by that?
> I had to change Protocols 2,1 in /etc/ssh_config to
> Protocols 1. I tried 1,2 but it didn't work...
Heh. I just created a one-line shell script that does
exec ssh -1 -C @
> Unfortunately Sourceforge's cvs servers don't allow you to setup DSA
I'm not up on security and everything that ssh offers, but I hope you don't
mean that they don't permit key-based authentication. That's certainly not
> I did use the web interface. It does (for anyone concerned) take up to
> 12 hours to propegate!
It's tough when you're eager to start doing something, but all serious
SourceForge users have been hit by cron delays. Heck, I even got bit by a
delay among machines that were apparently mirrored to provide load balancing.
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