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Subject RE: Site distribution url examples?
Date Thu, 06 Jul 2006 18:01:48 GMT
Another thing you can do, is create a settings.xml (which, doesn't help with the security concerns
Emmanuel listed) which contains something like:


where the id matches up with the site id in your pom.xml. That should at least get you to
be able to test out the functionality if nothing else.


-----Original Message-----
From: Emmanuel Venisse []
Sent: Thu 7/6/2006 12:55 PM
Subject: Re: Site distribution url examples?

Srinivas Pavani a écrit :
> Here is my scenario:
> I am using Ubuntu 6.06 LTS server. Since the root access is always using
> sudo command and the root user password has not been set explicitly, I am
> prompted for root's password when I execute the following command manually:
> sudo scp localhost:/home/buildmaster/working-directory/18/site/faq.html
> /var/www/docs/project/.
> I am prompted for my password for sudo access followed by root's password.
> Continuum is running as root on startup (following instructions for Debian
> startup on the Continuum site). Now I am not sure what to do.
> It seems like I should enable the root password. Enter the password details
> in settings.xml for root. Is this correct or is there any other way to do
> this?

For the root password, it isn't a good idea to put it in a text file, it would be better to
private/public ssh keys or an account than can access only to the remote directory.

> Baron - the ssh key was accepted using localhost as well as the LAN ip
> address.

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