|Re: plz Can anyone help me [message #636527 is a reply to message #541293]
||Mon, 01 November 2010 17:22
| James Ray
Registered: November 2010
You MUST have a Java runtime environment (JRE) to run Eclipse. Eclipse 3.x was designed to work with Java runtime environment level 1.4 but seems to work fine with 1.5 as well.|
You MUST use Eclipse 3.0M6 or later to have the proper support for CVS-SSH2. We strongly suggest the Eclipse Web Tools Platform (WTP) Project version of Eclipse in order to get some useful extensions that are not installed by default with Eclipse. It contains an XML Editor, part of the Web Standard Tools feature, that it is not included in the default distribution.
You MUST have a SSH2 public key and a SSH2 private key. You can generate public and private keys using the menu Window, Preferences, select Team/CVS/SSH2 Connection Method in the left tree list, then select the Key Management tab. DSA or RSA are both acceptable. Choose a passphrase for your private key and don't forget to save it. Send the public SSH2 to the Team Contact of your Working Group.
Your ssh2 private key MUST be in the openssh format; some of the tools can export keys into the openssh format. If your private key file is named id_rsa or id_dsa, it is already in the right format. For putty-generated keys (.ppk), use the menu Conversions in puttygen.exe to convert your private key.
Your SSH2 public key MUST be installed on the proper W3C CVS Repository server and be authorized to access the proper directory. Check with the Team Contact of your Working Group if it is not the case.
Depending on the location of your documents, you will have to setup your Eclipse for the W3C Public remote CVS Repository (dev.w3.org) OR the W3C Web site main repository (cvs.w3.org). In either case, you should know which directory to check out from the CVS Repository. If you're not sure which CVS Repository to choose or which directory to check out, please check with the Team Contact of your Working Group.
Finally, you MUST know your SSH passphrase, ie the phrase you entered to protect your SSH2 private key. The Team Contact of your Working Group cannot help you here .
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