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SVN access over SSH-key

From: Christian Buhtz <exsudat_at_gmx.de>
Date: Tue, 22 Apr 2008 13:59:36 +0200

I got a SVN repository on BerliOS.
svn+ssh://[user]@svn.berlios.de/svnroot/repos/blackfisk/trunk

I created a key-pair (without password) on my local machine with putty.
I uploaded the public key to BerliOS and checked if it is realy there.
I added the private key to a putty-session called "SVNBerliOS" and
"ShellBerliOS" (shell.berlios.de).

Using putty directly with this sessions work very well. I don't need to
insert anything (autologin name [user]). I am directly on the shell.

But using the same session for TSVN doesn't work. First I tried it
manualy with the repro-browser and inserte the url there.

svn+ssh://[user]@SVNBerliOS/svnroot/repos/blackfisk/trunk

It doesn't work. It ask for the password.

Then I realocated the repository
from: svn+ssh://[user]@svn.berlios.de/svnroot/repos/blackfisk/trunk
to: svn+ssh://moonkid@SVNBerliOS/svnroot/repos/blackfisk/trunk

But this doesn't work, too. The reprobrowser now display the correct url
but ask for the password a lot of times.

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