Bradley Wagner <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote on 08/24/2005 01:27:32 PM:
> Hi, I'm running a subversion repository on Mac and am trying to
> access it via SSH in Subclipse (in Windows). I'm using version
> 0.9.32. I know it's set up correctly because I can login to the
> repository from the command line:
> svn list svn+ssh://host-url/Users/bradley/versioncontrol/svn/
> However, when I try to create a repository location using Subclipse,
> I get the following error:
> Error validating location:
> "org.tigris.subversion.javahl.ClientException: The system cannot find
> the file specified. svn: Can't create tunnel: The system cannot find
> the file specified."
> I have the respository URL and root URL both set to the url above.
> Can't figure out what the problem is.
Do you have the ssh client specified in your svn configuration area in
such a way that perhaps it can be found when running from the command
line, but not when running in Eclipse? In general, I believe it needs to
be fully qualified.
The error message would seem to indicate that svn cannot find the ssh
program. I do not use ssh myself, but see this message we have linked in
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Received on Thu Aug 25 03:34:30 2005