Installation of source code

Asked by Mithushan Soundaranathan

Hi,

I am trying to clone the git, using the command "git clone <email address hidden>:yade-dev/trunk.git" to download trunk.
When I run this command I am getting message saying:

"<email address hidden>: Permission denied (publickey, keyboard-interactive).
fatal: Could not read from remote repository

Please make sure you have the correct access rights and the repository exists."

How can I solve this problem. I want download the source, since it want to modify the code to be suitable for me simulation before I run the code.

Best,
Mithu

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Robert Caulk (rcaulk) said :
#1

Try

git clone https://gitlab.com/yade-dev/trunk.git

> since it want to modify the code to be suitable for me simulation before I run the code

I hope it is clear that the typical usage of Yade does not involve modifying the source code. Everything can be controlled through the Python interface. Thus sudo apt-get install yade is the preferred method of installation unless you need to develop an entirely new contact law or add-on package.

Cheers,

Robert

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Mithushan Soundaranathan (mithushan93) said :
#2

Hi,

I need to develop an entirely new contact law and also add-on packages as well.

Best,
Mithu

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Best Jan Stránský (honzik) said :
#3

Hello,

Option 1)
https://gitlab.com/yade-dev/trunk > Download
this will download the current source code (not sure if git history / repository is included or not)

Option 2)
Do you use gitlab only for Yade?
Do you clone other gitlab repositories without problems?
Did you add your ssh key to your gitlab account?
...?

I suggest to contact gitlab support, if no advice is successful from here.

cheers
Jan

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Mithushan Soundaranathan (mithushan93) said :
#4

Thanks Jan Stránský, that solved my question.