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* X.509 client certificate: Needed for RT access, among others. Information on how to obtain one is at http://web.mit.edu/ist/topics/certificates/index.html
 
* X.509 client certificate: Needed for RT access, among others. Information on how to obtain one is at http://web.mit.edu/ist/topics/certificates/index.html
 
* RT account
 
* RT account
* Subversion access
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* Git access
 
* Daptiv access (for some contributors working on time-sensitive projects)
 
* Daptiv access (for some contributors working on time-sensitive projects)
 
* Posting authorization to cvs-krb5 if you are going to commit stuff.
 
* Posting authorization to cvs-krb5 if you are going to commit stuff.
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== Where stuff is at ==
 
== Where stuff is at ==
   
* Subversion URL svn+ssh://svn.mit.edu/krb5 -- you may need to put "username@" in front of the hostname if your local username is not the same as your Athena account name. Kerberos-authenticated SSH is best if you can get it to work.
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* Git URL git.mit.edu:/git/krb5.git -- you may need to put "username@" in front of the hostname if your local username is not the same as your Athena account name. Kerberos-authenticated SSH is best, if you can get it to work.
 
* SSH to athena.dialup.mit.edu if you want easy access to AFS, a UNIX shell, etc.
 
* SSH to athena.dialup.mit.edu if you want easy access to AFS, a UNIX shell, etc.
 
* RT https://krbdev.mit.edu/rt/ (or https://krbdev.mit.edu:444/rt/ if your browser doesn't deal with "optional" SSL client certificate verification)
 
* RT https://krbdev.mit.edu/rt/ (or https://krbdev.mit.edu:444/rt/ if your browser doesn't deal with "optional" SSL client certificate verification)

Revision as of 21:48, 23 May 2012

This is information for developers who are newly receiving commit access.

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Where stuff is at

  • Git URL git.mit.edu:/git/krb5.git -- you may need to put "username@" in front of the hostname if your local username is not the same as your Athena account name. Kerberos-authenticated SSH is best, if you can get it to work.
  • SSH to athena.dialup.mit.edu if you want easy access to AFS, a UNIX shell, etc.
  • RT https://krbdev.mit.edu/rt/ (or https://krbdev.mit.edu:444/rt/ if your browser doesn't deal with "optional" SSL client certificate verification)
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