Does 'ssh -q section-9_at_section-9.sakura.ne.jp svnserve -t' print the
server greeting (like it does without -q)?
1. If it does not print a greeting, you'll have to define:
ssh = $SVN_SSH ssh
(without anything else on the second line) in your system-wide or
per-user configuration file. (on Unixy systems: /etc/subversion/config
(if not changed by the OS packager) or ~/.subversion/config)
2. If it does print a greeting, then the ball is in your court.
You'll have to follow the instructions we've already provided (about
looking for the 'ssh' tunnel defined wrongly in your environment or in
your config files). If those aren't clear, do not hesitate to ask for
Masaru Kitajima wrote on Thu, Feb 09, 2012 at 08:27:53 +0900:
> I see. I'm happy to hear that it's not a bug and it's expected behavior.
> Still I can't connect to Subversion using svn+ssh protocol. And my team
> is worrying about it to manage their source files.
> Hope to solve this problem soon...
> Kindest regards,
> On 2012/02/09, at 8:23, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> > On Feb 8, 2012, at 15:41, Alagazam.net Subversion wrote:
> >> On Feb 7, 2012, at 15:44, Masaru Kitajima wrote:
> >>> On 2012/02/08, at 6:36, Daniel Shahaf wrote:
> >>>> What is the output of
> >>>> % ssh section-9_at_section-9.sakura.ne.jp svnserve -t
> >>> It is as below:
> >>> ( success ( 2 2 ( ) ( edit-pipeline svndiff1 absent-entries commit-revprops depth log-revprops partial-replay ) ) )
> >>> and then stops. A prompt is not shown.
> >> This symptom of not getting any prompt back reminds me of a totally
> >> non-svn related "bug" but a network error I encountered some time ago.
> > Not seeing a prompt in this case is not a bug; it's expected behavior. svnserve is not an interactive program that has a prompt. It's a Subversion server; the above test demonstrated that svnserve is running correctly and is waiting for a Subversion client to connect to it.
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Received on 2012-02-09 01:12:18 CET