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it:subversion [2011/05/26 09:31]
Alexander Rind
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Alexander Rind Markus tested in Linux
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     * use 64 bit version if your Windows is 64 bit      * use 64 bit version if your Windows is 64 bit 
   - create a key pair    - create a key pair 
-    * one key pair per user per machine is fine+    * one key pair per user per client ​machine is fine
     * use ''​PuTTYgen''​ from [[http://​www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/​~sgtatham/​putty/​download.html | PuTTY]], no install necessary     * use ''​PuTTYgen''​ from [[http://​www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/​~sgtatham/​putty/​download.html | PuTTY]], no install necessary
     * SSH-2 RSA is fine     * SSH-2 RSA is fine
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 **Alternative:​** use PuTTY Pageant instead of the -i parameter **Alternative:​** use PuTTY Pageant instead of the -i parameter
  
-**Further references:​**http://​www.continuousgreg.com/​blog/?​p=30 http://​www.woodwardweb.com/​java/​howto_configure.html+**Further references:​** http://​www.continuousgreg.com/​blog/?​p=30 http://​www.woodwardweb.com/​java/​howto_configure.html
  
 ===== HowTo Configure Public Key Auth in Linux / MacOS(?) ===== ===== HowTo Configure Public Key Auth in Linux / MacOS(?) =====
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 ''​ssh-copy-id''​ makes it easy to append the public key on the server ''​ssh-copy-id''​ makes it easy to append the public key on the server
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 +Eclipse with Subclipse and JavaHL need no extra configuration ​
  
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