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[TSVN] TortoisePlink bug?

From: Brian Huddleston <brianh_at_huddleston.net>
Date: 2005-04-19 15:51:41 CEST

My setup:

Client: Windows XP Laptop
Server: Redhat EL Box
Method: SSH with public key authentication

I've set up the server and have everything working fine.

I can:

1) Use SVN from the commandline
2) Use SVN from TortoiseSVN if I use the cygwin ssh client (albeit with ugly popups)

I can't

3) Use SVN from TortoiseSVN with TortoisePlink (in order to get rid of the ugly popups)

When I try I get a popup message "Unable to write to standard output". Goggling this problem reveals only one mention of it, where svn server is not in the path of the ssh user. This is not true in my case as witnessed by 1) and 2) above and a quick manual check.

Looking at the logs on the Linux side I can see that TortoisePlink is authenticating properly.

I also seem to get the same error running it from the commandline:

C:\Program Files\TortoiseSVN\bin>.\TortoisePlink -N -i "C:\Documents and Settings\bhuddleston\.ssh\id_dsa.ppk" bhuddleston@alcmene

Anyone have any idea here? Or have a found a real honest to god bug in TortoisePlink? I'm running TortoiseSVN 1.1.5 Build 2990. The TortoisePlink says it is Release 0.57.

Received on Tue Apr 19 15:52:03 2005

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