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Re: Connecting over SSH to an existing WC with no username

From: Bradley Wagner <bradley.wagner_at_hannonhill.com>
Date: 2006-05-06 17:41:07 CEST

> Do you have Subclipse running on the same machine as TSVN? If not,
> then you can't be sure that your line in the SVN config file really
> works.
I do have Subclipse installed and use it with that config file.

> If yes, then check also the settings in the TSVN settings dialog,
> network tab - maybe those are set too and conflict with what you set
> in the config file.

Not sure what you're referring to here. Under the network section of the
settings, there is a box that says SSH client and nothing is selected
there. I am not using a proxy. Is there something else that I should be
looking for?

Bradley

Stefan Küng wrote:
> Bradley Wagner wrote:
>> I had checked out a project in Subclipse and am trying to interact
>> with some of its files from Tortoise. The problem is that the
>> connection URL is svn+ssh://host/path/to/repos with no username
>> specified. I have the following line in my SVN config file under the
>> [tunnels] section:
>>
>> ssh = C:/Program Files/TortoiseSVN/bin/TortoisePlink.exe -l bradley
>> -2 -i D:/Bradley/private-key.ppk
>>
>> which is how I'm specifying the username to connect with. I know this
>> works because this is how Subclipse is connecting to my repository.
>> However, Tortoise keeps asking for a password when I try an operation
>> on a file in that working copy. Is there a place to specify the
>> "username" in the Tortoise settings? How come it doesn't use the
>> username specified with the -l flag like Subclipse does?
>
> If it asks you for a password, it already uses the username you've
> specified (otherwise it would ask you first for the username, then for
> the password). There must be something else wrong.
>
> Do you have Subclipse running on the same machine as TSVN? If not,
> then you can't be sure that your line in the SVN config file really
> works.
> If yes, then check also the settings in the TSVN settings dialog,
> network tab - maybe those are set too and conflict with what you set
> in the config file.
>
> Stefan

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