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Unable to write to Standard output

From: Timo Schäfer <timo.schaefer_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-02-08 11:44:00 CET

>> i am using linux suse 9.0 as a server. i installed the latest subversion
>> release 3.0 with no compilation agruments:
>> ./configure
>> make
>> make install
>> svnserve can be found in /usr/local/bin/
>> after that i created a repository ("svnadmin create /home/svn") with the
>> remote user.
>> now i want to use TortoiseSVN (windows xp) with ssh. but when i try to
>> browse the repository i get the error message:
>> "Unable to write to Standard output"
>> i found some hints on your page: http://tortoisesvn.sourceforge.net/node/28
>> but none of the hints help me out with my problem.
>> when i use plink everything is fine (no error message) and a "which
>> svnserve" prints the correct location of the binary.
>TortoisePlink uses the standard plink code, but is compiled as a
>Windowless app, so there's nowhere to send the error messages to. In
>TSVN settings->network, set the SSH client box to use standard plink,
>where the error messages are displayed in a command box. Once that is
>working, use TortoisePlink with the same parameters.

it's still not working.
i placed plink into the network settings. when i try to browse the repository,
a command line box opens and closes immediately.
as far as i can see there is no output printed at all to the command line box.
Received on Wed Feb 8 11:48:07 2006

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