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[Subclipse-users] Potential issue: SSH dialog does not accept my credentials

From: Kit Peters <popefelix_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-05-09 22:56:12 CEST

I'm trying to use subclipse on an existing repository (i.e. one that I had
set up and used with subversion before using subclipse) and I'm unable to
commit or compare a local revision w/ the latest repository revision.
AFAIK, my repositories are set up properly, as I am able to access them with
RapidSVN and the svn CLI. When I attempt to commit or to compare with the
latest repository revision, a dialog comes up with an incomplete repository
URL (e.g. "http://host" ) that I cannot edit, and a place for my username,
password, and SSH private key. If I give it my password or if I give it the
location of my private key and hit "submit", the dialog disappears for a
moment and then returns.


Kit Peters
Received on Tue May 9 22:56:24 2006

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