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From Dennis Lundberg <>
Subject Re: Using site-deploy not working in continuum.
Date Fri, 01 Oct 2010 21:53:48 GMT
If you have installed Continuum as a service on Windows, it will be
running as a Local system account. Like Wendy said, you need to change
that, so that the service runs as a regular user that has a home directory.

Open up the "Services" panel in Windows, find the Continuum service and
show its properties. Go to the Login tab and change the from "Local
system account" to "This account" and select your own account. That
should do it.

On 2010-10-01 15:53, sb101 wrote:
> I've made some progress (but not found a solution as yet).
> It seems the account running continuum is "Local System" and when it
> attempts the scp but, since it's never connected to that machine using this
> user, it needs add this to the "known_hosts" file. 
> This works fine when I use my account (it's added to the file already) but
> when continuum uses Local System to do the scp it fails as it doesn't have a
> .ssh/known_host.
> Anyone know how to get round this? I don;t think I can log on as Local
> System and then add it myself.
> Thanks. 

Dennis Lundberg

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