Jul 23, 2012

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COMPREHENSIVE Guide on How to use Eclipse to SVN+SSH Checkout Code from Amazon EC2 in MINUTES!

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Amazon Suppose you have an SVN repository on your Amazon EC2 server and would like to use Eclipse to remotely checkout code from the SVN repository. What do you need to do? Suppose you want to increase security by using SSH what do you need to do?

If you are just as frustrated as I once was look no further. I've come across all the issues you've come across and I've managed to solve each of them. In this tutorial I'll teach you STEP BY STEP on how to make Eclipse connect to a remote SVN server which is running on your Amazon EC2 instance so you can start developing your project with SVN source control in Eclipse IDE!

The following is a list of assumptions this tutorial is based on:

Ubuntu version: Ubuntu 10.04.4
Eclipse version: Eclipse for PHP Developers. Version: Helios Service Release 1. Build id: 20100917-0705
SVN version: version 1.6.6 (r40053) compiled Jun 5 2011, 14:52:04
Nginx version: nginx/0.7.65
TortoiseSVN version: TortoiseSVN-
User name: ubuntu
The IP of the machine:

Questions? Let me know!

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