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Raspberry Pi & github
Setting up access
* The first step is to create a github account. Then for those on the MagPi layout team, email the editor for permission to join the github organisation.
* Since the Raspberry Pi does not have a great deal of processor power, it is better to use the command line tools to access github.
* Once you have a github account, on your Raspberry Pi type:
git config --global user.name "John Doe" git config --global user.email J.Doe@machine.org
where the user name and email address should be replaced with your user name and email address. This is a one time configuration step. These settings are then stored in your ~/.gitconfig file.
* The easiest way to use the command line tools is via an ssh key pair. Type,
to create an ssh key pair and choose a secure password (upper and lower case letters, symbols and numbers without dictionary words). This is a one time configuration step, unless the password needs to be updated in the future.
* Then go to your github account. Select account preferences. Then select "SSH Keys" from the left-hand menu. Click on "Add SSH key" and add your public key (~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub). This is a one time configuration step, unless the public key needs to be updated (for a password change) or another public key needs to be added.
* At the start of an editing session (when you log into the Raspberry Pi), type:
ssh-agent ssh-add <pre> then enter your password for the ssh key. This step needs to be rebooted each time you log into the Raspberry Pi. * Then use the ssh read and write link from the github repository, e.g.: git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:someorg/reponame.git this will create a folder called reponame. The clone operation clones the repository to the local disk.