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Re: subclipse over ssh

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-08-25 18:45:43 CEST

Bradley Wagner <bradley.wagner@gmail.com> wrote on 08/25/2005 12:14:14 PM:

> That's correct, I usually use public-key authentication to connect
> over ssh, and I can certainly do that, but I don't understand why the
> password is not being passed along to TortoisePlink. Also, I don't
> quite understand your reponse, do you think that I need to include
> the username in the connection url rather than specifying in the
> 'username' box. I guess my assumption would be that subclipse or
> JavaHL would take my username and embed it into the connection url,
> but maybe this is not the case. Thanks for the quick response.

I think that if rewriting the URL is the right thing to do, it would be up
to JavaHL to do it. We pass along this information to JavaHL, so it does
have it all available. What and how it uses it, is determined inside of
its code.

In the case of ssh, I think you should be leaving these fields blank and
handling the username and password within the ssh client.


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