Re: Troubleshooting using Debian developer machines
On Thu, Jan 04, 2007 at 06:28:41PM -0800, Russ Allbery wrote:
> Shaun Jackman <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > Monotone has a bug (#404616) that seems to only affect powerpc. I don't
> > have access to a powerpc machine myself, so I'd like to use
> > bruckner.debian.org to troubleshoot the bug. How do I use the Etch
> > chroot on bruckner to install monotone and its dependencies and run
> > monotone without root access to bruckner?
> Speaking of bruckner, my ssh public key doesn't seem to work on that
> system (but works fine on other hosts such as gluck and alioth). I've
> been meaning to try to track down the gtimer bug that's powerpc-specific
> and ran into that.
> Am I missing something obvious, or should I mail debian-admin about that
> as well? I don't want to bother them if it's something I can fix myself.
authorized_keys are supposed to propagate via LDAP. If you have your public
key loaded into LDAP, and you can't get to bruckner, you'll want to contact
debian-admin since AFAICS the host isn't locked down right now.
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