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Re: [Subclipse-users] Folder " does not exist error message after update of svn

From: Jochen Wuttke <wuttkej_at_lu.unisi.ch>
Date: 2007-11-22 18:59:15 CET

On Nov 22, 2007, at 6:19 PM, Mark Phippard wrote:

> On Nov 22, 2007 5:43 AM, Jochen Wuttke <wuttkej@lu.unisi.ch> wrote:
>> I just updated my svn to the newest binary distribution for OS X from
>> collabNet. Now when I try to access any subversion repository using
>> either svn+ssh or http protocols with the JavaHL adapter, I get an
>> error dialog saying
>> Folder " does not exist remotely.
>> and in the console window the message says:
>> Network connection closed unexpectedly.
>> All the repositories I tried worked fine with JavaHL before I
>> upgraded svn, now they only work with SVNKit. Any suggestions what
>> I'm missing here?
> The Network connection closed unexpectedly message is a typical error
> when using SSH. Are you sure you were using JavaHL before?

Yes, absolutely.

> When
> using SVNKit, SSH is handled in Java by SVNKit, so you get prompts for
> authentication etc. When using JavaHL, it typically is using the
> OpenSSH command line. So unless you are using an ssh-agent to provide
> your certificates and passwords, you would have to start Eclipse from
> a terminal in order to be able to respond to the prompts that OpenSSH
> will provide.

IC. Found the problem. The ssh-agent wasn't running when I started
Eclipse, so that didn't work.
Thanks a lot


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