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Very similar problem

From: malibu <malibu66_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 11 Jul 2008 11:24:36 -0700 (PDT)

I have a bit of a story to tell that might offer some clues, so bear
with me. I have the newest TortoiseSVN installed on two laptops. I
was always using the svn+ssh://user@hostname method to connect.

Laptop1:
This laptop was working for me on one user but not on another. ie. it
was working on user1_at_hostname but not user2_at_hostname. I did some
testing with TortoisePLink manually and found out that user1 was able
to sign in WITHOUT a password and user2 was getting a password
prompt. I discovered that *somehow* TortoisePLink had found out that
I was using a PuTTY SSH key.. I had put putty in /Program Files/PuTTY
manually for my convenience and that's where the key was. On the
server side I appended the authorized_keys file from user1 to user2
and it started working fine. There are two problems with this, in my
mind: 1) Why is plink scoping out key files that I may or may not
want to use? and 2) Why does TortoiseSVN not handle these problems by
displaying some sort of message instead of hanging?

Laptop2:
I installed TSVN on a second laptop this morning and it hangs on
checkout.. I can't get it to do anything. When I run TortoisePlink on
it's own it crashes without even the help dialog (which I get on
laptop1). The excepton code is 0xc0000417.

I would really like to get this working. I hope someone can help!
Thank you.

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Received on 2008-07-11 20:55:23 CEST

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