Create a new user for updating qzone

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###Backgroud Because github only allow one user to login(trusted key), the error message is listed as “Error: Key already in use”, I have to try another method for updating the qzone.
First I have created a new user on github, and created the corresponding repositories, now I have to create the user on my own machine, named “qzone” for only updating the repository.
###Create the user Use following command for create a new user:

	useradd -m -g root -G wheel -s /bin/bash qzone
	passwd qzone

Then as another oridinary user, run “su qzone” then we can switch to the new user’s shell.
###Configure the user Configure the git tools:

	[qzone@XXXyyy ~]$ git config --global "qzone"
	[qzone@XXXyyy ~]$ git config --global ""

Add python virtualenv running environment:

	mkdir ~/pyv
	[qzone@XXXyyy ~]$ cat ~/.virtualenvrc 
	export WORKON_HOME="/home/qzone/pyv"
	export PROJECT_HOME="/home/qzone/pyv"
	source /usr/bin/ 	

Add following lines for automatically run virtualenv setup

	$ tail ~/.bashrc
	source /home/qzone/.virtualenvrc

Now we can create the virtualenv for running python.

	[qzone@XXXyyy ~]$ mkvirtualenv --python=/usr/bin/python2.7 v27
	$ cdvirtualenv

Now we are in the python 2.7 environment. But notice you have to set http_proxy/https_proxy, etc for you are working under the proxy.
Install the pelican:

	$ pip install pelican

Add configuration for git proxy:

	export GIT_PROXY_COMMAND=/bin/myproxy

Add workon directory in .bashrc:

	export WORKON_HOME=~/pyv

Next time, workon v27 then we can switch to python2.7 shell.
Make the directory of code, which will store all of the code.

	$ mkdir -p ~/code/XXXYYY

Now clone the existing repository into the local directory:

	git clone

Install ghp-import for swiftly deploy your website

	pip install ghp-import

Now setting:

	pelican content -o output -s
	ghp-import output
	git push gh-pages:master

Now you will failed, because you don’t have the correct access rights. So we need to set the ssh access right:

	ssh-keygen -t rsa
	cat ~/.ssh/

Then in github’s accounting management page, add this content.
Push all of the modifications to the remote repository:

	git push -f gh-pages:master

Install markdown for analyse the markdown based blog:

	pip install markdown

Now you can do the following:

	make html
	make github
	git push -f gh-pages:master

Now install new themes:

	# Use theme for our own
	THEME = "./pelican-themes/waterspill-en"

OK, now you can enjoy the blog finally.