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From rahulvd84 <rahulv...@gmail.com>
Subject Maven deploy goal using ROLE account on Linux/Unix
Date Mon, 08 Jul 2013 21:36:26 GMT
Hi,I am relatively new to Maven and Linux as well. I was trying to set up a
maven repository for all the dependencies for the java projects we have and
so that the entire can use same version of the dependencies and we will just
have share the pom.xml (on svn). The repository needs to be created on a nfs
mount drive on a Linux box (/Server#1/) at ~/maven/repositoryTo access
/Server#1/ we use our AD user and password and then su to a user *appuser*.
Though this *appuser* does not have a password and it asks for the sudo
password for the AD user and each AD user is added to sudoers file.All our
build processes need to be run using the *appuser*. At the moment we are
trying to deploy the dependencies and the deploy goal asks for password
which scp(ing) to the /Server#1/.Is there a way we can by pass this? We have
already tried creating rsa keys for server and the client machine though of
no use.Here is how I have created the server node in the settings.xml file 
<http://maven.40175.n5.nabble.com/file/n5762445/settingsxml.jpg> Please
suggest how can this be done in case we want to continue using same security
modes of having users login to linux machine using the AD user/password and
su to an account with no password.Thanks,Rahul



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