On Tue, 2009-04-07 at 17:09 +0530, sandeep shedmake wrote:You should understand the difference between a password and a
> My username is "sandeeps". I am GNOME Marathi Co-ordinator.
> As per http://live.gnome.org/GitMigration/Translators, I tried
> "ssh -v MYUSERNAME git gnome org"
> I am prompted for a password/passphrase.
> Its the same username and passphrase by which i did all the upstream
> checkouts and commits for GNOME 2.26 Translations (successfully).
> I wonder whats the problem.
passphrase. A password is used as a means of authentication to a remote
system. We do not use passwords for authentication
A passphrase encrypts your private key - locally on your system - and is
never sent to the server. Your ssh key for gnome.org must be encrypted
with a passphrase.
You have a ssh key on git.gnome.org:
AAAAB3NzaC1yc2E...3xPTjzSWFVo1WoU9ctQ== sshedmak sshedmak csb
And it looks correctly installed. Check that matches your id_rsa.pub. If
you still have problems, the complete output of 'ssh -v' would be useful
in diagnosing the problem.
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