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Re: svn+ssh on Windows

From: Steve Williams <stevewilliams_at_kromestudios.com>
Date: 2003-07-27 09:05:22 CEST

I had the same question last week. The only difference is that my client
would wait infinitely with no response whatsoever and it was only after I
pressed Ctrl-C that I got the message you described. I did not get an
answer though. I'm running the server on RH9 and client on Windows 2000.

I did not try the source distribution for 0.25.0.


> The repository works fine when accessed from the server, either
> directly or via svn+ssh://localhost. I can ssh to the server and
> use programs that tunnel through ssh (like scp and cvs) However, if I
> use Subversion, this happens:
> $ svn checkout svn+ssh://host/repository
> svn: Network connection closed unexpectedly
> svn: Connection closed unexpectedly
> It's occured to me that this COULD be because the server spews out
> a banner message when you connect with ssh, but that seems unlikely to
> me, especially because of the following:

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