I went poking around a couple of other forums and found that the problem has
been fixed, but apparently not officially released. I downloaded and
installed version 1.5.0 build 13390 from
http://nightlybuilds.tortoisesvn.net/latest/win32/ and it works fine now.
FYI - I upgraded the version of subversion on my server to 1.5 (on CentOS 5)
Andrew Sasak wrote:
> This appears to be a problem with subversion itself. I get a similar
> when using the command line client. Also upgrading the server to 1.5.0
> not appear to fix the problem. I've filed a bug report on the subversion
> users list but it hasn't caught anybody's attention as far as I can tell.
> On Tue, Jul 1, 2008 at 3:48 PM, NFerris <ferrisn_at_gmail.com> wrote:
>> I'm having the same problem. I upgraded to TortoiseSVN 1.5.0, Build
>> Windows XP Pro SP3 and could no longer connect to my repository.
>> The repository is on a remote machine and I use svn+ssh to connect. I
>> generally use Pageant, but stopped to see whether Tortoise would pop up
>> prompt me for a password. I also tried setting Settings->Network->SSH to
>> putty.exe, plink.exe, and TortoisePlink.exe and all of them resulted in a
>> hung state without asking me for any passwords.
>> I downloaded svn.exe from
>> today (1 July) and tried running svn ls
>> and got this error:
>> svn: Can't create tunnel: The system cannot find the file specified.
>> Changing the Settings->Network->SSH field doesn't seem to affect the
>> Stefan K√ľng wrote:
>> > mg2000 wrote:
>> >> I'm using Subversion Server 1.4.4.
>> >> And I imported and checkouted my code using TortoiseSVN 1.4.8 via SVN
>> >> +SSH protocol.
>> >> After I installed Tortoise 1.5, I cannot connect Subversion Server
>> >> (via SVN+SSH protocol).
>> >> If I try to connect to server(to update or commit), Tortoise seem to
>> >> be deadlock state.
>> >> How do I solve this problem?
>> > Since the Windows binaries for the Subversion CL client are not
>> > available yet, please download the svn.exe from here:
>> > http://nightlybuilds.tortoisesvn.net/latest/win32/
>> > then copy it into the TSVN installation folder (c:\program
>> > files\tortoisesvn\bin), open a command prompt, go to that directory,
>> > then try accessing your repository with the CL client, e.g.
>> > svn ls svn+ssh://yourserver/repos/trunk
>> > You may have to edit the Subversion config file and set up your ssh
>> > client there first.
>> > If this hangs too (which I suspect it does from my quick tests), then
>> > please report the issue on the Subversion mailing list (users at
>> > subversion tigris org).
>> > Stefan
>> > --
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