SVN+SSH with Kerberos authentication

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Wwe use Kerberos to authenticate on our svn servers as of today and I can't get Idea to work. One of the engineers added a blurb to our wiki that you can get Eclipse to work by using SVN bindings (JavaHL) rather than pure Java SVNKit. I can get svn access using svn+ssh:// URLs on the command line but I cannot get it to work in Idea. I'm running Idea 8.1.3. Help?

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I am facing a similar problem. I would like to execute code on my local machine on our company GPU cluster.

In order to ssh into this cluster I need to authenticate via Kerberos first (i.e. run `kinit`).

Unfortunately, I don't see this as an option within PyCharm's File → Settings → Build, Execution, Deployment → Deployment configurations.

Is there a way to work on a remote server through Kerberos on PyCharm?

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Hello,

Please clarify if you need to copy code to cluster or use remote interpreter?

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I want to use the remote interpreter. Meaning I would like to run and debug my local code on a remote server.

I got it to work now by using a direct ssh key pair connection. However, this is not in line with our internal security protocol which normally requires us to use Kerberos authentification for ssh connections.

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There is related issue on YouTrack: https://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/PY-21285

 Please try suggestions from comments.

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