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[TSVN] Unable to write to Standard output (svn+ssh)

From: Marc Logemann <marc_at_logemann.org>
Date: 2004-10-11 21:37:43 CEST


ok, finally i got it. The problem was indeed that svnserve was not in
the user PATH. I created a symlink in /usr/sbin/@svnserve that points to
/usr/local/bin/svnserve. The last question i have, one i wont answer
myself this time, is what subversion binaries are used by TortoiseSVN. I
assume i have to symlink also the other files like svnadmin, svnlook,
... is this correct?

I think my path problem was because i ve done a source installation of
Subversion and used the defaults in the ./configure process. This way i
got a "bin" directory under /usr/local with files which are of course
not accessible outside of this dir.

I could write an extensive How-To regarding SSH on Win32 with Putty,
Pageant and tortoiseSVN if you like. In the process of figuring out my
problem, i discovered many ways to get a working client configuration.
If there is some interest i could write something. It would be helpful
then to know in which way i should write this howto.

Marc Logemann
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Received on Mon Oct 11 22:40:03 2004

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