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

From: Kit Peters <popefelix_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-05-11 15:40:56 CEST

*slaps forehead* *puts on dunce-cap*

I had the wrong username in the dialog, which my server logs showed
me. The issue is not that there is a problem w/ subclipse; the issue
is that I am dumb. :)


On 5/10/06, Alexander Kitaev <alex@tmate.org> wrote:
> Hello,
> SSH credentials dialog should indeed contain "incomplete" URL, because with
> SSH user is authenticated to access server, not repository. When dialog
> reappears it means that your credentials were not accepted by the server.
> The reason could be incorrect port number in the URL or dialog (i.e. ssh
> server listens on different port), or unsupported private key format (you
> have to use one in OpenSSH format, not, for instance, "putty" (ppk) one).
> You may get more details on the reason of the problem from the server sshd
> log or by enabling JDK logging (set log level to FINEST and enable logging
> to file in JDK_HOME/jre/lib/logging.properties file, then
> restart Eclipse).
> Alexander Kitaev,
> TMate Software,
> http://tmatesoft.com/
> http://tmate.org/
> ________________________________
> From: Kit Peters [mailto:popefelix@gmail.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, May 09, 2006 22:56
> To: users@subclipse.tigris.org
> Subject: [Subclipse-users] Potential issue: SSH dialog does not accept my
> credentials
> 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.
> Suggestions?
> Kit Peters
Received on Thu May 11 15:41:08 2006

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