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

From: Jankowski, Thomas <tj230031_at_ncr.com>
Date: Thu, 16 Apr 2009 13:54:30 -0400


Thanks for the tip, but I saw that chain as well. My default settings are totally clear, in which case I get prompted for a password. I've also tried using a saved session with my PPK and host defined, and still no go. Again, both ways work just fine from command line svn.

Using standard plink from commandline also works great.

And yet no go with TSVN. Any other ideas?


-----Original Message-----
From: Kurt Pruenner [mailto:leak_at_gmx.at]
Sent: Thursday, April 16, 2009 1:22 PM
To: users_at_tortoisesvn.tigris.org
Subject: Re: old issue, new take - 'Network Connection Closed Unexpectedly'when using svn+ssh

Jankowski, Thomas wrote:
> 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.

Do you perhaps have a host name saved in PuTTY's default settings? If so, delete it, as "Default Settings" is what TSVN uses when establishing a connection via TortoisePLink...

(Other default settings might be interfering, too...)

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