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old issue, new take - 'Network Connection Closed Unexpectedly' when using svn+ssh

From: Jankowski, Thomas <tj230031_at_ncr.com>
Date: Thu, 16 Apr 2009 12:05:10 -0400

Dear all,

I've seen that issue posted a number of times before, but never faced it as I'v always used svn directly, not through tortoisesvn. And yet here it is.

Environment: WinXP desktop using svn+ssh with Tortoise 1.6 connecting to subversion 1.6.1 on a shared linux host
I can putty into the host just fine, using both direct connection using username and password as well as a saved connection using a private key.
I can also perform operations from commandline just fine, having configured svn+ssh in svn config to use plink and with pageant running.

But, when trying to use TortoiseSVN, whether it's with plink or tortoiseplink, using a saved putty connection or directly, it always presents me with this same error.
Yes, I've scoured the net and the forums here, and tried a number of ideas and how-to's, all to no avail.

Please, let me know if you have any ideas on what to try or how to enable some sort of verbose logging that could trap the actual error. I'd love to get TortoiseSVN going as I want to use AnkhSVN with it for VS2005 version control, but this little hickup is becoming unnerving.

Best regards,
Thomas Jankowski


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