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Re: Strange TortoisePlink.exe error

From: TheWitness <larryjadams_at_comcast.net>
Date: Sun, 13 Jul 2008 21:24:41 -0700 (PDT)

I have essentially the same issue with the new GUI client. It used to
work on 1.4.8 and now it's broken with 1.5.x. Before the downloading
the July 10th nightly build, TortoiseSVN would simply hang and I would
receive no user/password prompt at all. Now, I get a DOS box with
PLINK running (hmm, shouldn't it be hidden?) and no prompt for a
password. So, you are getting closer. However, I am still screwed
right to a wall without getting PLINK back up and running. So, svn
+ssh is 100% completely borked at this point.

For one of my repositories, I use the following syntax:

svn+ssh://thewitness@svnsite.com/svnroot/repository

And I simply add a password. On another I have:

svn+ssh://thewitness@svnsite.com/svnroot/repository

And I have to add a privacy passphrase

Since TortoiseSVN does not allow PLINK per repository, I have plink
configured under settings->network as

plink -i "keyfile"

And it works with both under 1.4.8, but nogo in 1.5.x

TheWitness
www.cacti.net

On Jul 11, 5:24 pm, Stefan Küng <tortoise..._at_gmail.com> wrote:
> malibu wrote:
> > 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
> > repository.
>
> Since you got the same problems with the command line client and the
> original plink, you have to report this on the Subversion mailing list.
> There's nothing I could do here to make TSVN work if the CL client
> doesn't work either.
>
> Stefan
>
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