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Re: [TSVN] bug: Runaway TortoiseProc.exe

From: Joshua Gargus <schwa_at_fastmail.us>
Date: 2004-11-18 18:41:33 CET

On Thu, 18 Nov 2004 18:16:14 +0100, "SteveKing" <steveking@gmx.ch> said:
> Josh Gargus wrote:
> >> - check your ssh settings. Try the same settings with the command line
> >> client.
> >
> > Where would I change the ssh settings? In the Network tab of
> > 'TortoiseSVN Settings'? In any case, I think that ssh is probably
> > working fine, since I can use TortoiseSVN to checkout and update the
> > source tree, but not commit, etc.
> Yes, you usually have to pass additional params (like username/password)
> to the TortoisePlink program.
> Checkout and updating don't need authentication if you provide anonymous
> read access to your repository. But committing does.

The server is behind a firewall that allows (almost) only ssh through
it. So if I'm getting any data at all from the server, it's because I've
successfully authenticated to the ssh server. My understanding is that
for svn+ssh://, subversion uses ssh to log into the remote server, and
then executes svnserve as a local process that doesn't talk to the
network except through the ssh connection. Is my understanding

> Since you're setting up your first connection to an svnserve based repo
> with ssh access, I'd recommend you use the regular Plink program first
> before using TortoisePlink.

I should have mentioned that it works fine from other computers.

> TortoisePlink doesn't show you error
> messages and/or warnings, the regular Plink does (but it also pops up an
> ugly DOS window for every connection).

Good idea, I will try this.


> Stefan

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Received on Thu Nov 18 18:47:48 2004

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