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From: daniel holmström <daniel.kosmonaut_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-09-06 20:39:13 CEST

This is a bugreport concerning the SSH HOWTO and also a feature-request.

The SSH HOWTO at http://tortoisesvn.net/ssh_howto tells you that

To make sure that everything is ok. Login in with SSH and the target
user to the system later on and type: "which svnserve". This command
should tell you if svnserve is reachable.

This isn't really true, since if you log in with ssh your shell might
not have the same PATH set as you get with ssh. So to check weather
svnserve is available through ssh one needs to get the ssh client to
execute the svnserve program directly, for example on the commandline

> ssh <hostname> svnserve

I also think that it would be very nice if there was a possability to
set the full path to the svnserve executable, I for example must have
it in ~/bin .

daniel holmström
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Received on Wed Sep 6 20:48:14 2006

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