On Fri, Apr 10, 2009 at 7:28 PM, plumpy <plu...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm working on some of our bzr tools right now. I can try to look at
> it early next week, but unless it's relatively straightforward, I
> doubt I'll get around to fixing it. Honestly, I'm a little unsure why
> it wouldn't work, since we're just using bzrlib, presumably accessing
> it the exact same way bzr does. Are you sure you can access the
> repository over ssh from the apache user? Can you 'su' to the apache
> user and try?
It was indeed a security issue.
I looked around the thing using code at:
and I could not connect myself.
So I guess its all good as of now :) Maybe a better error report might help!
> The code you're interested in is in scmtools/bzr.py. Feel free to
> email me if you have questions. Even if I can't answer them, I can
> probably ask my co-worker who wrote a bunch of it.
> On Apr 10, 4:49 pm, Ritesh Nadhani <rite...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> I thought so.
>> I work with Python though mostly along the lines of wxPython and
>> Twisted but if given a correct poke in my head, I might be able to
>> look into the problem.
>> Any pointers where I should start?
>> Right now we all have SSH keys in our homedirectory so doing
>> bzr+ssh:// uses that and does not ask for password. I believe when we
>> are doing from the web, it is foo baring on authentication. Maybe,
>> adding the SSH key to apache user will work.
>> No worries as I am just testing right now and in the end RB will be
>> installed in the same machine as the repo so it will have direct
>> On Fri, Apr 10, 2009 at 2:42 PM, Christian Hammond <chip...@chipx86.com>
>> > It's likely that it just doesn't support this. Someone may have to write
>> > the
>> > support.
>> > Bazaar support was written and used by contributors, but we (the lead
>> > developers) have no experience with it, so it's hard to really help here.
>> > Is
>> > any Bazaar contributor able to answer this?
>> > Christian
>> > --
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>> > On Thu, Apr 9, 2009 at 12:53 PM, Ritesh Nadhani <rite...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> >> Hello
>> >> So this is in continuation of my previous messages.
>> >> Just for testing, I checked out a local copy of the repo by doing:
>> >> cd ~/Codes
>> >> bzr co bzr+ssh://hostname/bzr/repo1 repo1
>> >> and then in the settings, I set the repo path to be:
>> >> /home/rnadhani/Codes/repo1
>> >> and its working now.
>> >> So I guess RB is not able to access it over SSH. How can I use this
>> >> option?
>> >> --
>> >> Ritesh
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