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[TSVN] Re: tortoise error: the system cannot find the file specified

From: Jens Scheidtmann <Jens.Scheidtmann_at_bayerbbs.com>
Date: 2005-01-05 08:44:40 CET

elemint@theriver.com writes:

> I am trying to configure svn + ssh installed on a Debian box and at
> first I was gettign the recovery (DB_RUNRECOVERY)
>
> So I ran recovery and since I am using svn+ssh and I followed the
> checklist on http://svnbook.red-bean.com/en/1.0/ch06s05.html and I when
> configuring the umask I applied the umsask 002 to svnserve and to
> svnlook and svnadmin. The command I used was "umask 002 svnserve"
> "umask 002 svnlook" and "umask 002 svnadmin"

umask is a user specific setting, consult man umask which on a debian
system will give you man bash.

What you have to do is to place umask 002 in one of the startup files
executed by your shell during login, so that the files created while
you're logged in get the correct permissions (Usually one of the
.bash* files --- see man bash).

From comparing what is written at the url you're quoting and what you
said you've done, I urge you to have a look at an introduction to
unix, see e.g. http://oldfield.wattle.id.au/luv/permissions.html
 
> but now the error message
> I get is from tourtoise is
> "The system cannot find the file specified."

This usually is caused by not specifying (correctly) which ssh
client you want to call on your windows machine. Check
TSVN -> Settings -> Network -> SSH.

HTH,

Jens

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