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Re: Strange TortoisePlink.exe error

From: malibu <malibu66_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 11 Jul 2008 14:18:40 -0700 (PDT)

No problem at all.. Ok I tried it. I got some curious results.

Plink worked just fine with and without the new key that I generated.
I sailed right in without a password. but... the command line svn
client did not work with plink+key. It hung as well. I made sure to
config svn command link with the same instance of plink and key that I
used in my standalone plink test.

I switched back to my laptop that is working, (with the exact install
file of TSVN) and did a checkout on the same repository and it worked
just fine.

These two laptops are almost identical. They're both sourced by the
company that I work for.. Same hardware, same image...

The Subversion server I'm talking to is the newest in the Ubuntu

On Jul 11, 3:12 pm, Stefan Küng <tortoise..._at_gmail.com> wrote:
> malibu wrote:
> > Thank you.. I must have predicted what you would say.. I downloaded
> > build 13458 already and gave it a try.  It looks like it's trying to
> > ask for user name and password (bravo!) but it still didn't work.  In
> > fact, it asked for a username even though I had used the
> > user1_at_servername connection method.
> > After asking for a user name, pausing for a couple seconds, and asking
> > for a password, the checkout dialog said that the connection ended
> > unexpectedly and failed.
> Can you please try the command line client and the original plink?
> Stefan
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