I've tried to generate a public/private key pair and put the public one
into the .security folder but it still doesn't work. Can you explain what I
have to do exactly ?
2014-04-07 19:27 GMT+02:00 Alexandre Porcelli <porcelli(a)redhat.com>:
The SSH server public key info for workbench is stored into .security
folder (more info about it here:
Principal Software Engineer
Red Hat Business Systems and Intelligence Group
On Jan 21, 2014, at 11:32 PM, dotrc <rishi.choudhary(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> I am using workbench for managing my rules maven projects within the
> GIT repository. I am aware that using git:// protocol, I can clone an
> existing rule repository; I can do this successfully.
> For authoring rules, I want to use Eclipse (using EGit). I want to push
> commits back to the GIT repo. I understand that I'll have to use ssh
> protocol instead of git for specifying the repo, something like this:
> When we use a standard GIT repo like stash, it gives us an option to set
> public key on the stash server, but I'm not able to find a way to do that
> with the embedded ssh server within workbench. Hence, I'm not able to
> authenticate myself and perform a push.
> We tried creating a private-public key pair using ssh-keygen and put that
> within c:\users\<username>\.ssh and added the public key to
> 'authorized_keys(2) (though I know this may not be the right place) and
> used the private key as the identity file with ssh client directly from
> cygwin, again to no avail.
> Any pointers will be really appreciated.
> Also, should the username be 'admin' or any other specific one for
> Will the existing Windows username work?
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