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[TSVN] TortoisePlink: stdout

From: <nick_at_deadorange.com>
Date: 2005-04-07 08:07:07 CEST

I'm able to connect via svn+ssh from a Windows box to Subversion on a Linux box
giving this address to either RepoBrowser or for checkout:
(linux-24xmax is mapped to on the Windows box)

/var/log/messages shows that authentication is successful:
   Apr 7 15:36:27 linux-24xmax sshd(pam_unix)[15746]: session opened for user
subversion by (uid=505)
   Apr 7 15:36:39 linux-24xmax sshd(pam_unix)[15746]: session closed for user

However, when I click the + sign to get the contents of the repo, a
TortoisePlink error message pops up in Windows, saying:
   Unable to write to standard output

I searched Google for this problem and found that the only solution has been to
ensure that the user logging in via svn+ssh has the `svnserve` executable in
their path.

If the error persists despite the user having access to svnserve, what else can
be done to fix this?

Thanks for your help guys!
 Nick Hoffman

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Received on Thu Apr 7 08:07:34 2005

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