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# Runner setup
First, the runner has to be set up as a custom runner and registered with the corresponding GitLab instance following the standard procedure.
The config (example in `runner_config`) needs to be adjusted to point with their `config_exec` and `run_exec` entries to the respective scripts in the runner_scripts folder.
First, the runner has to be set up as a custom runner and registered with the corresponding GitLab instance following the standard procedure. When prompted for "Enter an executor:", type "custom".
The config (example in `runner_config`) needs to be adjusted to point with their `config_exec` and `run_exec` entries to the respective scripts in the runner_scripts folder. For a runner registered as root, the `config.toml` file is located in `/etc/gitlab-runner`; for non-root it is in `~/.gitlab-runner` ([Ref](https://docs.gitlab.com/runner/configuration/advanced-configuration.html)).
Scripts need to be selected depending on runner privileges: `root` (allows change of users) or `user` (can only execute jobs as this user).
Note, that paths in those scripts might need to be adjusted.
Authentification takes place by private-public key pairs. In case of root runners, the corresponding `authorized_keys` file with the public keys needs to be in `/etc/gitlab-runner`; for non-root ones in `~/gitlab-runner/`.
# Cx with `.gitlab-ci.yml`
First, the username to authenticate with has to be set using the `AUTH_USER` variable.
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