You can view our project at http://nslu2-linux.bkbits.net:8080/openembedded/src?nav=index.html(approve sites)
If you want to participate, you first have to get your local copy of BitKeeper from http://www.bitkeeper.com/Products.Downloads.html
Warning to dialup users! The download started by the bk clone process is approximately 120MB [as of 2005-02-04].
To get an anonymous checkout of the current development repositories, we suggest to do the following things:
First create a directory "/home/slug". Next step into "/home/slug"
and do the following:
bk clone bk://nslu2-linux.bkbits.net/openembedded openembedded
Note: Do not interrupt the download (clone) process or you most likely will have to start over. I have found no way to resume the clone process.
This creates the "openembedded" directory in "/home/slug".
To update this directory later (and get the latest changes from the repository) type:
cd openembedded bk pull bk -r co -q cd ..
If either of the pull stages fails, and you get errors such as "ChangeSet writable but not edited?" or "Entire repository is locked by: RESYNC directory." then you need to fix the RESYNC directory to get around this before trying again:
bk -r check -avf bk resolve
To be eligible to be considered for developer access to the repositories, you should make yourself known on the #nslu2-linux channel on irc.freenode.net and have contributed at least one changeset (ask one of the other developers there to push it for you).
First, you need to generate an SSH key of type "rsa1":
ssh-keygen -t rsa1
The key will placed in:
Contact "rwhitby", "jacques", "[g2]" or "dyoung" on irc.freenode.net #nslu2-linux and ask them to add your key. Once this has been done, you have to checkout the repository differently, something like this:
bk clone bk://firstname.lastname@example.org/openembedded openembedded cd openembedded ... edit ... bk citool bk push
To be eligible to be considered for manager access to the repositories, you will need to be well-known in the #nslu2-linux IRC channel, and have contributed quite a few changesets. You will also need to have demonstrated expertise in BitKeeper administration. We only need a couple of managers for redundancy reasons, so don't be offended if your request is denied.
When you are a manager, you can do
and all the other cool stuff mentioned at http://www.bitkeeper.com/Hosted.Managing.html
BitKeeper and Windows XP