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  1. Got it! I created the jet.conf file and changed the basepath. The repo is now on the drive I want it to. Thanks for the help Carlos. Best Regards Marco Muschiol
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  2. Hi, The working copy (Plastic workspace) is not related to the server (the reposistory databases are stored in the server side). But you can have the Plastic server and also the workspace (Plastic client) in the same machine. https://www.plasticscm.com/documentation/user/plastic-scm-version-control-introduction-guide#Repositories Regards, Carlos.
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  3. Hi, I'm guessing if the following path may also work: https://blog.plasticscm.com/2019/01/fully-automated-plastic-scm-setup-on-raspberry-pi.html But using an old Plastic server that you won't be able to upgrade not sure if it's a good idea. Don't you have any other machine where you can install the server (even your WIndows machine)? Regards, Carlos.
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  4. Hi, - I double-checked with the team. Raspberry uses an ARM64 architecture and I'm afraid the last Plastic server version is not compatible with it. - You need to install an Enterprise edition if you plan to use an on-premises server. If you are using our cloud infraestrcuture, use the Plastic Cloud edition installer instead. Regards, Carlos.
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  5. Hi, What is the specific error you are having when installing Plastic on Ubuntu: https://plasticscmsupport.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/360013103159-How-to-Install-Plastic-GUI-in-Ubuntu-19-10-and-later- What is the Ubuntu version? Regards, Carlos.
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  6. Ignore this post, I decided to change to Ubuntu and and use an official version. Because I'm a Linux Noob... ;D
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  7. Hi Marco, You can download binaries for the last Plastic SCM version (NET Core server for Linux) in the following link: https://www.plasticscm.com/download/10.0.16.6112/plasticscm/linux/servernetcore Regards, Carlos.
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  8. I've fixed this problem by myself. Thanks anyway.
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  9. I've fixed this problem by myself. Thanks anyway.
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  10. Hi Carlos, thanks for your reply. I don't think you can use a cm find query as Parameter-base Execution Condition, as the dialog in Teamcity seems to want to only use named parameters. I think though that I can use cm find attribute in our build script to find a named attribute and update a named parameter in Teamcity that I can then use as a condition in the Parameter-base Execution in the relevant build steps. thanks
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  11. We are interested in this too. That features like this are missing and even after 2 years there is no visible progress on this is staggering. This feature should be a must have from day 1. I really like how Perforce is doing this. Currently we only have our projects with the finished assets in Plastic. We want to move all our work files into version control too. To do this we need an auto purge feature like the one from Perforce. Doing this manually is too much work on bigger teams. Moving to a on premise server might help, but even there is storage limited at some point.
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  12. Hi Carlos, Thanks for the reply. I managed to figure out what I was doing wrong in the end it was a bit of a facepalm moment. I said this before: That part was incorrect as the missing step was running "Update Workspace" - it just wasn't in the location I was expecting. The reason for this is that I have only pressed Update workspace for my cloud repos in the Incoming Changes tab after clicking on View in the green box that appears in the gui when there are changes. However I never use that option in my usual distributed workflow and wasn't aware it was even available. My usual workflow would be to push/pull in the sync view when syncing with the cloud repo and interact with the branch explorer at other times. It was only when I noticed the "Update Workspace" button in the Workspace Explorer tab that I realised that was available here too. Clicking that resolved the issues as expected. The documentation I linked doesn't explicitly mention that the Update Workspace button is located on the Workspace Explorer view although it probably does infer it with the screenshot - crucially the screenshot doesn't show the Update Workspace button there though! It might be nice just to make that part of the documentation a little clearer but hopefully this explanation helps anyone else who's confused by that. Thanks! Tom
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  13. That solved the problem. Thanks a lot!
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  14. I just re-installed Plastic and issue is fixed now. Thanks for the help though!
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  15. On demand is ok, I was trying to save some time
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  16. Hi, Thanks for reaching out. The plugin has now been removed from the store and been replaced by the Version Control package, please see here for more details.
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  17. I think I managed to fix the issue, it was the manifest.json that was modified for some reason.
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  18. Hi, I'm guessing if you could commit this base project to a Plastic repo and this way, make it reachable for the rest of the team. Plastic can use Xlinks to link a repo to a different project (eg: shared library). In the following blog post, we explain how to share an egine repository. https://blog.plasticscm.com/2014/08/how-to-share-engine-repository-between.html Regards, Carlos.
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  19. Hi Alan, Thanks again for your feedback, regarding the plastic UI these changes will be soon implemented. About the Unity plugin, I will bring this to the Team and keep you updated. Regards, Rafael. PlasticSCM Support Team
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  20. Hi @limbicnation, It seems your permissions are not fine... You can reset the permissions completely by using the webadmin interface: http://blog.plasticscm.com/2017/10/webadmin-introducing-new-server-admin.html https://www.plasticscm.com/documentation/administration/plastic-scm-version-control-administrator-guide.shtml#Chapter6:webadmin-Serverconfigurationandadministration You are free to reset the permissions and set a new Plastic SCM server admin from the following site: This is how you can setup a new admin (this should be you): https://www.plasticscm.com/documentation/security/plastic-scm-version-control-security-guide.shtml#Howtosetupanadministratoruser After that you should be able to access your local server.
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