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Re: I use SVN for work, but what about for Home?

From: Alf Christophersen <alf.christophersen_at_medisin.uio.no>
Date: 2007-05-11 17:50:54 CEST

David Gardner wrote:
> On 5/11/07, Roel Vanhout <roel@riks.nl> wrote:
>> Alf Christophersen wrote:
>> > David Gardner wrote:
>> >> I don't have access to SSH, I'm afraid.
>> > Some policy around denying you to run PuTTY and it's SSH components,
>> > like PageAnt ??
>>
>> I think he meant he didn't have access to SSH on his web server, i.e.
>> either no ssh daemon is running on the server or he's not allowed to log
>> on with the credentials he has, not that he couldn't run ssh from his
>> workstation - but maybe confusion is really hitting me hard now and I've
>> officially lost track :)
>
> Roel, your assumption is correct.
>
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But, do you have access to SSH on your work server where you have your
repository for your work?

In case, make a ssh-key that you combine with your login name for your
work server and register that key in PageAnt and use
svn+ssh://<acountname_at_atwork/share/disk/repos/<home-project>/trunk to
store your data.
I do this from home in order to work from home with my Delphi projects
(both work projects and home projects)

(Provided your work server accept UNC names)

-- 
Alf Christophersen
http://folk.uio.no/achristo
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