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From: Shakespeare, Simon \(Pensions\) <Simon.Shakespeare_at_capita.co.uk>
Date: 2005-10-21 16:19:36 CEST

Sorry meant to send this to users.

Hi seph - I'm "pleased" someone else if having the same trouble - I've tried all the things you have although v1.2.3 didn't work for me either. Using putty I get no problems logging on with my user account i.e. logs in fine & I see svnserve in $PATH. I'm using TRU64 Unix so I don't know whether that's an issue but with TortoiseSVN nothing just hangs as your's does. I'm about to give up & revert to just using svn. But if anybody got this working I love to know.
I'm not sure whether TortoiseSVN works just using plink or not.

Regards Simon

seph replied:

I know tortoisesvn lets you specify an alternate ssh, and friends of
mine use securecrt's vsh there. But I don't know how to make it
cleanly work with putty. I'm just glad downgrading worked for me.

I'm sorry it doesn't for you :(


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