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Re: Connection problem

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-09-02 14:20:56 CEST

Colin Madere <colinmadere@mac.com> wrote on 09/01/2005 05:51:48 PM:

> I just downloaded the newest Eclipse package (eclipse-SDK-3-1.1-
> macosx-carbon.tar) for OS X (was just wanting an Ant upgrade due to a
> bug but couldn't find it packaged as a plug-in to upgrade my existing
> Eclipse 3.x).
> From a completely fresh install, I add the subclipse and tmate
> update sites (as I've done _many_ times before) and run the updater
> to get Subversion browsing working. Only with all the latest version
> on OS X with Java 5 installed (not that I have any indication that's
> a problem), I get this in the console pane of Eclipse when connecting
> to my repo:
> Network connection closed unexpectedly
> svn: Connection closed unexpectedly
> and in my user log I see this:
> Permission denied, please try again.
> Permission denied (publickey,gssapi-with-mic,password).
> svn from the command line works fine.
> Any ideas would be appreciated.

As of Subclipse 0.9.33, you do not need to install JavaSVN, it is part of
Subclipse. You have to go to preferences Team -> SVN to make that your
adapter. That being said, if you are on OS X, and the command line works,
then your best option would likely be to use JavaHL. I would suggest
installing the 1.2.3 package from here:


If that doesn't work, post back more details. For example, is this SSH?
If so, I think JavaSVN might have made some changes in this area that
perhaps will cause you to need to alter your configuration slightly. That
probably depends on what version you were using prior to this.


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