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Tutorials about development tools usage can be found at [[QATeam/DevelopmentToolsUsage]].
This page is a collection of instructions on setting up development tools needed for the Quality Assurance tasks.
Tutorials about development tools usage can be found at QATeam/DevelopmentToolsUsage.
Set up Launchpad and Bzr
You can view a video version of this tutorial.
Create a Launchpad account and log in
If you don't yet have a Launchpad account, please go through the sign-up process before continuing.
If you have a Ubuntu One account, you can use it as your Launchpad account. To do this, Login to Launchpad with your Ubuntu One credentials.
Create a key
In order to verify code contributions belong to you, you'll need to provide launchpad with an ssh key. If you don't have a key, you can create on easily by running:
sudo apt-get install openssh-client ssh-keygen -t rsa
It is safe to accept the default values when prompted after entering this command. Once the key creation is finished, your new key is stored at ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub (public key) and ~/.ssh/id_rsa (private key). Keep your private key private to yourself!
Upload your key Copy the contents of ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub to the Add an SSH key text box at the bottom of the SSH keys page on Launchpad.
Once the key has been uploaded, you'll see the new key appear on your overview page.
For more information, checkout the Launchpad help for Creating an SSH key pair.
Make sure Bzr is installed by running
sudo apt-get install bzr
Bzr and Launchpad Integration
In order to make sure Bzr on your local machine knows who you are (so you can upload code to your own branches etc.), you will need to share your Launchpad information with Bzr.
In the following commands, replace anything inside [square brackets] with your personal details.
To share your Launchpad information with Bzr, run
bzr launchpad-login [yourLaunchpadID]
To confirm this worked correctly, run
If everything went correctly, you will see your Launchpad details returned.
Set up Launchpad information in Bzr manually
If you get the error bzr: ERROR: Unable to determine your name, something went wrong. In this case, you can set up your Launchpad information in Bzr manually by running
bzr whoami "[Your Name] <[firstname.lastname@example.org]>"
For more information, read the Bzr documentation on Using Bzr with Launchpad.