The subversion repositories are used to store code centrally so that it can be used and updated by different people. To access these you will first need to have obtained a Grid Certificate, then you can follow the instructions on this page. Be sure to set the permissions on the usercert and userkey files - instructions on how to do this can be found here (step 4), along with further help on extracting the public and private keys from your certificate.

Note that you must use the code which you entered into your browser when you exported the certificate to extract the keys. This is not the same thing as the PEM pass phrase, which you will need to set for your userkey.pem file - this is used every time you use subversion (unless you use a proxy certificate, for which see here).

-- GavinKirby - 23 Jun 2009

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