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RE: Re: tortoiseplink error

From: Shakespeare, Simon \(Pensions\) <Simon.Shakespeare_at_capita.co.uk>
Date: 2005-10-25 13:07:33 CEST

Well switched to make the session use IPv4 but no different.

 I don't believe it's actually getting as far as logging in as the specified user.
I edited my .profile on Unix such that it logged a message to a file if it successfully logged in & using plink.exe it was fine - output the message. If I try & use svn+shh://svn+shh/MyConnection/pathtorepos it just hangs as before & no message is output to the log file.

-----Original Message-----
From: Stefan Küng [mailto:tortoisesvn@gmail.com]
Sent: 24 October 2005 19:17
To: users@tortoisesvn.tigris.org
Subject: Re: tortoiseplink error

Shakespeare, Simon (Pensions) wrote:
> OK - I changed it to use plink instead of tortoise plink & it comes
> up with "Invalid Port Number". When I use the same key using
> putty.exe on it's own everything works OK i.e. I get "( success ( 1
> 2 ( ANONYMOUS EXTERNAL ) ( edit-pipeline ) ) ) " appearing in the
> shell (I've put path/svnserve -t into putty.exe as a remote command).
> I'm a little unclear how the subversion server process should be
> started - I put "svnserve -t" to execute as a remote command but
> elsewhere on the net I found info. which said you should edit (in the
> case of TRU64) the .ss2/authorization file to have
> command=path/svnserve -t

Make sure you have IPv6 disabled on your unix box - Subversion doesn't
use IPv6 correctly right now (I know someone posted a patch for that,
but I'm not sure if it has been committed yet).

> So to sum up basically within tortoisesvn I'm not sure which port
> it's looking for (I installed svn on the unix box with the default
> settings).

Since this is a problem of server setup/ssh client configuration, I
suggest you get the Subversion command line client and try to get it
working with that one (I guess you'll get the same errors). But then you
can ask on the Subversion mailing list - they know much more about how
to set up servers on unix than we do here.


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