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confirmed svn+ssh bug: plink problem

From: <shift_at_cmpd2.phys.msu.su>
Date: 2007-10-04 18:11:57 CEST

I had a bizzare problem accessing my svn+ssh repository on remote
linux server,
TortoiseSVN gave me "cannot write to standard output", error,
however, i could access my repository using Linux SVN client fine.

after some investigation, i found that connecting manually by
"plink.exe user@host svnserve -t" worked OK -- ,

--== 8x ==--
c:\Program Files\PuTTY>PLINK.EXE user@host svnserve -t
Using keyboard-interactive authentication.
/etc/profile.d/profile.sh:22: permission denied: /etc/sysconfig/suseconfig
/etc/profile.d/profile.sh:22: permission denied: /etc/sysconfig/mail
( success ( 1 2 ( ANONYMOUS EXTERNAL ) ( edit-pipeline svndiff1
absent-entries )
  ) ) >
--== 8x ==--

i found that before the SVNserve prompt there were several messages
(BASH warnings about permissions), that were successfully ignored by
linux svn client, and not tolerated by tortoise.

after i solved those login warnings, TortoiseSVN workes OK.

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Received on Thu Oct 4 18:15:40 2007

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