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Re: problem with svn+ssh if the server use utf-8

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-03-06 20:51:51 CET

Johann-Nikolaus Andreae wrote:
> Hello
> i have the following problem:
> If the console of the server user utf-8 as character set (this is on the most
> new linux systems) the svn operation fails using svn+ssh.
> The errormesseg from TortoisePlink is "coud not write to sterr". using Plink
> from PuTTY or use ssh from cygwin did not help.
> Using linux as client all works fine.

Run the svnserve process on the linux server in verbose mode. Then try
connecting again. I bet that your server can't find the apr iconv files
it needs to do the utf8 conversions.


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