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-====== Subversion Repository Access from Windows ====== 
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-One way to access the Subversion repository on ''​secant.cs.purdue.edu''​ from a Windows machine is to use the three programs ''​puttygen'',​ ''​putty'',​ and ''​TortoiseSVN''​. 
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-====== Download and Run puttygen (one time only required) ====== 
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-Copy [[http://​www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/​~sgtatham/​putty/​download.html|puttygen.exe]] to your desktop and launch it.  (These instructions were created using version 0.60.) 
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-Press ''​Generate''​ to generate a private/​public key pair (SSH-2 RSA 1024 bit default is fine). ​ Save the public key to, say, ''​wiki.pub''​ and the private key to, say, ''​wiki.ppk''​ (the PuTTY private key format). ​ (You can locate these files anywhere, such as in your My Documents folder.) ​ If you put a passphrase on the private key you'll need to type it when running PuTTY and TortoiseSVN. 
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-Mail the **public** key to the [[jtk@cs.purdue.edu|site administrator]] (either as plain text or email attachment). 
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-The site administrator will add a line like this one to the ''​~cp-wiki/​.ssh/​authorized_keys''​ file on ''​secant.cs.purdue.edu''​... 
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-  command="/​opt/​csw/​bin/​svnserve -t -r repository --tunnel-user=jtk",​no-port-forwa 
-  rding,​no-agent-forwarding,​no-X11-forwarding,​no-pty ssh-rsa AAAAB3NzaC1yc2EAAAABJ 
-  QAAAIBlWFo6AFw0PThSBYnVDEAgCtGIehvRn1mhTStBFCxC68OHLUxui6bFGasQDzrR3xngEkz2cUHYz 
-  qzxNFza9fbf8j3O7Ea9x4M9g7IBh47quZWRiyS2oJdr42C06e3z+gjCBpUb/​SBAOVznzayAtsIH8xycP 
-  U/​S2gcFGQlumUNF6Q== 
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-====== Download and Run PuTTY (one time only required) ====== 
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-Copy [[http://​www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/​~sgtatham/​putty/​download.html|putty.exe]] to your desktop and launch it.  (These instructions were created using version 0.60.) ​ Configure these settings: 
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-  * Session/​Host Name: secant.cs.purdue.edu 
-  * Session/​saved Session: secant //(press Save now, then again when configuration is complete)// 
-  * Connection/​Data/​Auto-login username: cp-wiki 
-  * Connection/​SSH/​Auth/​Private key file: //browse for your wiki.ppk file// 
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-Be sure to save the session (on the Session/​Host Name menu).  ​ 
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-If your public key has been installed on the wiki server (by the [[jtk@cs.purdue.edu|site administrator]] in the previous step), then proceed to test the ssh setup... 
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-Test the connection and configuration by pressing the ''​Open''​ button. ​ It should connect to secant.cs.purdue.edu (aka locutus.cs.purdue.edu) and login as cp-wiki (you'​ll need to provide your passphrase if you saved the private key with one).  Note that the login will only "half work": the server will refuse to allocate a pty.  This behavior is normal since the ssh key is not configured for direct shell login. 
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-====== Download and Install TortoiseSVN ====== 
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-Get [[http://​tortoisesvn.net/​downloads|TortoiseSVN]] and install it.  (These instructions were created using version 1.4.5.) 
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-====== Link TortoiseSVN to PuTTY Configuration File ====== 
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-Create a local folder for repository access, say, ''​SECANT Repository''​. 
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-Right click on the folder and choose TortoiseSVN/​Settings. ​ Select Network and fill in the location of the SSH client. ​ Use TortoisePlink.exe. ​ Browse to enter the full path name, but it should be ''​C:​\Program Files\TortoiseSVN\bin\TortoisePlink.exe''​. 
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-====== Checking Out the Repository ====== 
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-Right click on the ''​SECANT Repository''​ folder and select ''​SVN Checkout...''​. ​ In the "URL of repository"​ field, enter... 
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-  svn+ssh://​secant/​ 
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-where ''​secant''​ is the name of the saved PuTTY session and click OK.  If you only want to check out a portion of the repository, e.g., the course lecture notes, use the URL... 
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-  svn+ssh://​secant/​lectures 
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-====== Using Pageant ====== 
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-If you specified a passphrase for your private key, you will need to enter it again and again. ​ Or, to avoid entering your passphrase repeatedly, you can use Pageant, a key management system bundled with PuTTY. ​ To do so, go to the PuTTY submenu in the Start menu and click on Pageant. ​ When you do, an icon of a computer with a hat on should appear in the notification area of your taskbar. ​ Right-click on this icon, and choose ''​Add Key''​. ​ Navigate to the folder you saved your key in previously, select it, and hit enter. ​ It will prompt your for your passphrase and then remember it until you shut down Pageant. ​ To shut down Pageant, right-click on the icon, and select ''​Exit''​. 
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-Unfortunately,​ every time you load Pageant, you have to add your key to the set of keys it is managing. ​ One solution is to load Pageant when you start Windows by pasting a shortut to Pageant into the Startup submenu in the Start menu.  Then, you can edit the properties of this shortcut so that the target of the shortcut loads the key, by changing the target to: 
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-  C:\Program Files\PuTTY\pageant.exe C:​\Documents\Keys\wiki.ppk 
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-substituting,​ of course, the path to your private key (wiki.ppk). ​ You can load any number of keys this way by listing them one after the other, separated by a space. 
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-//Special thanks to Barry Wittman for working out the details and creating an initial version of this web page for the Multicore project.// 
  
 
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