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Re: PUTTY error when using tortoiseSVN

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-03-25 17:52:07 CEST

David Croxford wrote:
> I have 1 person who is seeing a “PUTTY” error with the “Network
> Connection Refused” message when trying to checkout the repository (ssh
> + svn). She is using tortoiseSVN to checkout a repository on a different
> server and it works fine. I had her specify the path to
> tortoiseplink.exe in the network settings (TortoiseSVN -> Settings ->
> Network -> SSH Client), but it still comes up with the “PUTTY” error
> message.
> I also had her go into “Saved Data” and clear the “Authentication data”,
> just incase it was saving the method it uses for the ssh connection.
> That didn’t work either, still gets the same PUTTY error.
> Any ideas? I just don’t get why it’s a PUTTY error when she has
> specified tortoiseplink.exe for the ssh client.

The settings dialog of TSVN writes to the registry. But the registry is
the one place with the least importance for Subversion. Options set in
the settings file in %APPDATA%\Subversion are used first if they're set

Check the config file in %APPDATA%\Subversion - I guess PUTTY is set
there to be used.


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