How do I enable TEE eclipse plugin on linux to clone a git repository in TFS 2013?
I have a TFS 2013 server setup in a windows active directory domain that hosts a git repository team project called "TestGit2". Windows clients are able to communicate with it just fine through visual studio and web access.
On a Ubuntu linux client, using eclipse, I have installed the latest Team Explorer Everywhere (TEE) client. Within the TFS plugin I can successfully do the following:
- connect to the server "TFS2013" and see the list of team project collections
- click on a team project collection and see available team projects
- select a team project and click finish to see the typical team explorer view options (Work Items, Reports, Builds, etc.)
From the linux machine I can open
http://tfs2013:8080/tfs/DefaultCollection/_git/TestGit2 which prompts me for credentials and then correctly displays the repository.
However, if I try to clone the repository in eclipse using either the EGit window or the "Import projects" option of the TEE plugin, I always get:
Error cloning the TestGit2 repository.
http://tfs2013:8080/tfs/DefaultCollection/_git/TestGit2: authentication not supported
I have enabled kerberos support through the TFS administration console and I have also tried enabling basic authentication within IIS on the TFS application tier but have not been able to resolve the issue.
What do I need to do to enable TEE to clone the git repository or at the very least, how can I go about troubleshooting this issue?
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